|Project by JeffStarr||posted 04-11-2009 05:49 AM||2612 views||0 times favorited||12 comments|
A good friend of mine wanted a unique Christmas gift for his father and had me engrave the stocks to this Savage .22/410 over and under that he had given his father. His father grew up in Arkansas and we decided that a Razorback would be fitting. I asked that he would have his father photograph the stocks on the gun for me as I really wanted to see the look of the gun with the new stocks. This story unfortunately didnt end well. The stocks were fed-ex’e and tracked Atlanta Georgia and somehow were lost or stolen before it made it to its final stop in Georgia where he lives now. Its been a couple of months now and I hope somehow it ends up where it belongs. I am glad I at least have these pictures. It is one of my favorite engravings I have done yet. I am sure you would have to be a “lumberjock” to understand how losing a piece of worked wood feels.
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