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    Cheers Peter!!

    Hi all, following Peter's .475 Nitro case pen, here is a .500 Nitro case pen......made with an Omega kit I turn both sections, cap and barrel to fit inside the cases( both stop end turned) then turn glue grooves and fix in place. A quick polish and lacquer done!!IMG_20190613_122218.jpgIMG_20190613_122304.jpg
    These are both once fired Eley Kynock cases.....no I didn't empty them.

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    Nicely done Mark, looks great.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Excelent Job On That Mark!!!
    *I Like It*
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    very cool
    I'm not as good as I once was, but I'm as good once as I ever was

     
     
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    Nicely done.

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    Mark you're a clever guy

     
     
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    Wonderful Mark Always looking for your work.Happy to have stimulated the urge you had to bring out the big ones. Congratulations mate.Using existing threads turned and fitted in the thin shell makes perfect sense to me and how I operate as well sometimes.

    Kind regards Peter.
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    Clever stuff. Looks great Mark.

     
     
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    Very n Ely done Mark.
    If it looks right it usually is! My namesake
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    Clever piece of work Mark.
    You know your old when your sweetie says "lets go upstairs and make love" and you reply "honey, I can't do both."

     
     
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