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    Will you betaking jobs after you retire? I have astock I would like you to restore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom gray View Post
    Will you betaking jobs after you retire? I have astock I would like you to restore.
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    Absolutely. That is my intention Rick Bicon

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    Really nice Rick....
    Ever thought of a Display stand for a Garandicon or Carbine made from stock?

    Few years ago I seen a 3 leg corner table. The legs were Asian M2 carbine stocks. Looked nicer than I'll be able to describe.

    Cheers and Congrats on the Retirement in early 18,
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    Wow

    Rick Bicon this is just amazing! Are there any post war stocks in the mix or are they all WWII?

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    No Post War. All were WWII with a few .22 trainers and some 1903 A3 and 1917 Enfield stocks. Rick Bicon


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    Picked up the final load of Barn Wood. We had left what we thought was scraps in a large pile and had one truck load left. I had a serious back injury just before I was to go up for the final load 3 years ago and could not drive the 7 hours there and 7 hours back. I finally made time last Wednesday and pulled ever last scrap out. I was surprised to find my helpers had tossed some good fixable stuff into this pile and 5 No trap stocks that were just the middle to back ends. I have a ton of front end sections and have already put some back together so I am hoping to find the fronts to these. Found a few more Trench art pieces also. Rick Bicon





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    Now thats how you pick up wood
    I would make a lot of money out of that pile

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    That's a lot o' walnut.


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    Hard to get good help

    Glad you got it all Rick. Next time your helpers will have a better idea what to look for!

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