After the (painful and brain cell killing) staining and door construction, we began to attach the top door using hinges that I liked and a nice knob. The face frame made all the door attachment a breeze. With the cabinet complete and my dad still anxious as to were I am going to put it, we took some pictures and placed it on the back of my friends truck to be taken to my house. After gingerly moving it into my living room I was done and received a modest 96% in wood shop. My year was over, but I still didn’t have the slightest clue on where to put this behemoth project.
Side note: we were all surprised it actually got completed and we had only a couple days of school to spare. I don’t have any pictures, but after measuring out my barrels I did construct butt and barrel rest for my guns to lean on. That part only took about a day, maybe two. Although I kept forgetting to measure my guns for about a week, so I guess you could add that time on. Hahaha.
-- "Nothing is over until we say it's over! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?!"