My feedback, thanks.
Here is my weekend project, not nearly as impressive as Mike's, I will be doing good to finish one or two of these.
I've got a '66 Mustang that I'm trying to decide if I want to fix up or sell to buy more guns.
Sadly it's beginning to rust on top, but mostly is just needs to be sanded down and repainted. Everything else is intact. It was drivable but had minor engine problems when my parents parked it 12 years ago.
Gotta figure out how to repaint it... *wanders off to google to look up how to restore old cars*
Well, I started another project this last week. Ive been looking at getting a another pistol lockbox that would be a lot more bugler and kid proof then the gunvalt I had. A lot of people seem to have real good luck with the Fas1Safe but for a little more then half of the price they wanted I thought I could build two and get them a little more tailored to what I want. Here is the beginnings of trial #1. Note that the notched side of the opening is for the hinged side. If you dont already know why I did it that way you will see later. Its made of 1/4" sheet steel
It always seems like I'm trying to contain an outbreak and you taking the monkey to the airport.
To Whom lt May Concern:
This will be my last letter.
We have grown apart
over these last six weeks.
l now have
two loves in my life
big-city livin' and
a voodoo woman named Phyllis.
That looks seriously solid!!
Aluma-Hyde 2 Earth Brown
Warren Tactical Sights
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