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  1. It's looking very good. After seeing how pitted mine was I know you can turn this into a thing of beauty. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk
  2. Indeed. I look forward to seeing your progress and end result. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk
  3. If I had someone mentor me through the process I'd do it in a heartbeat. Something as personal as a gift for your father will mean that much more coming from your hands. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk
  4. I've been there and wondered what I'd bought. It was rusted and pitted, which you couldn't tell just by looking at it. I didn't do the work myself but sent it to a fantastic guy who restored them when he had the time and inclination. He took on mine as a project and I'll keep this gun forever. There's a thread about it in the CZFirearms forum, if you're interested. (And don't knock bluing and wood, it is a winning combination... [emoji6])
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    Thick grips for SP01

    I bought this set from Klinsky, in Czech Republic. They're perfect for me. They have them for full size also. Sent from my MHA-L29 using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks. They're pretty smooth on the sides so I'll leave it be for now, too. The glue is drying. I'll start ssnding and sealing tomorrow. Sent from my Mate 9. Sorry if I missed any misspellings.
  7. I have the two layers now and will fix them to the table later today. It'll be 1.5 inches thick, combined. Did you finish your edges or leave them be? Sent from my Google Chromebook Pixel (2015) using Tapatalk
  8. Thank you! I have a sheet of Baltic birch. I also have a lesser quality (but good quality) sheet that I will use as the bottom layer. That's what I'll do. I've been second guessing myself. I'll screw the bottom layer on to the frame, glue the top layer on, let it dry for a few days and add a few layers of poly. I'm looking forward to finally setting up. Sent from my Mate 9. Sorry if I missed any misspellings.
  9. Hey guys, It's taken me weeks to gather everything together but I'm finally ready to set up my reloading table. I have a very old one with a 1 inch plywood top that needs to go. I'm wondering... can I glue a 3/4 inch sheet of plywood over that or should I go with my first mind and get 2 sheets of 3/4 inch plywood and glue them together? My concern with the current table is that it's kind of "flaky" and I wondered if it would be a good base for the new sheet... Sent from my Mate 9. Sorry if I missed any misspellings.
  10. I tend to do that. I used to allow myself to go through that and get it over with. Now I practice breathing and really focus. I don't want to have a situation where that first shot is crucial and I waver (though with the adrenalin rush, I doubt it). I'm taking a class next month for high pressure defensive skills and drawing. Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
  11. I've contacted these guys twice, trying to find out how to order their grips. Have you ever ordered from them?
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