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Old 06-12-2013, 10:08 PM
oakleave oakleave is offline
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Default New engraving enthusiast in Frederick

Hello
For many years I was thinking about getting into engraving. Getting started is not so easy because you need a good instructor. During a gun show I met JJ Roberts. He is a very gifted artist and after he showed me how to operate engraving tools I am planning to get more involed into graving.

JJ Roberts is a great Ambassador for the engraving comunity.

have a great day
Bernie
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:37 PM
Big-Un Big-Un is offline
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Default Re: New engraving enthusiast in Frederick

If you want to really learn to engrave, you met one of the best teachers out there: J.J. Roberts.

Bill
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