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Just wanted to share something a little different, a small collection of bullets and shells.

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 That's pretty cool, James!
 Is that an old sewing machine drawer or something like that? Wood or steel?
 Great wall display, either way.
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Looney, I've also considered doing a bullet board, based on the calibers I own.  I know I can do one alot cheaper than what I can buy one for, they want over a $100.00 for a simple one.   This would make a great father/son,daughter project.
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Thanks guy's I add to it every now and then, it is an old drawer from a printing shop for their dies, this is what I was told. It is made of wood with a metal front and handle. I got it at a yard sale for $2 or $3 bucks ,have seen them in antique stores as well. good project yes you could put one together with what you have or take time and add as you collect.

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Do I see a 20MM in there? That's cool. I would like to make one with all the calibers I've ever owned.
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Originally posted by rifle looney rifle looney wrote:

Thanks guy's I add to it every now and then, it is an old drawer from a printing shop for their dies, this is what I was told. It is made of wood with a metal front and handle. I got it at a yard sale for $2 or $3 bucks ,have seen them in antique stores as well. good project yes you could put one together with what you have or take time and add as you collect.
 
You got a heck of a deal.  I've seen folks pay upwards of $50 bucks for those drawers.  That's a cool idea too....
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Yeh that's a 20 mm......Trigger

Yes I have see them in upwards of $40.00 .most people who have them don't know they are antiques. and thanks for the comment, I was trying to make something and ran across this and said bingo!
 
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Hey guy's if anyone has a...or some cases......old/unusual/odd/large caliber/Weatherbys/wildcats/or??? you might have lying around, give me a head's up I will pay for it and shipping. the list is too large so let me know what you have.   ps. no military/Mauser's    . thanks

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That is cool, James!  I would like to put together something like that.
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That is really neat.  The arrow heads are a nice touch.
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Very nice.  Put one together years ago for the 50 odd calibres I had hanging around.  Fun project.
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Originally posted by Ick Ick wrote:

That is really neat.  The arrow heads are a nice touch.


One of those arrow heads is actually a medal...my dad won, it when he was a youngster he and my uncle were really good and avid archers that medal came from non other than Mr, Fred Bear...the archery king himself. He used to stop by my dads town when to and from competitions and or exhibitions and shoot with the gang. The stories were grand. 


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