Hand checkering is becoming as scarce as hen's teeth. I used to have local guys bring me stuff to checker all the time. Stressed me out. I got to the point where I turned down stainless jobs for hand checkering. Great photos.
Thank you sir for taking the time to be apart of our community and taking the time to show your in progress pictures. I assure you their are many here who greatly appreciate it, myself included. We will wait with baited breath for your posts as we wait for all the great smiths who post here. Once in awhile it is a members gun and that makes it extra special.
Love the photos, love the work. Thanks to you and many others here for sharing with the forum. Being able to follow the progress of a build is a great opportunity for many of us that would not ordinarily get to see this aspect of the build.
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