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John Morris

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John Morris last won the day on July 27 2019

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  1. I uploaded the video to YouTube, you can see it now Steven, thanks! The center screw runs beautifully, it's hanging up in the tubes somewhere.
  2. Hey Paul, how well did the walnut bend? Walnut can get pretty brittle, just curious.
  3. The right side of my end vise binds up. You'll see the left side move in, and the right side binds. I have completely broken down this vise, all the way. Cleaned, reamed out the holes a millimeter or two, waxed it all down, reassemble, it works fine for a few months then goes back to its wicked ways. From around 6" open it's fine, get beyond that it starts binding. While opening and closing. Any suggestions are welcome. Here's the tune up I did awhile back.
  4. The problem with Yukon Jack is the kitchen floor is all sticky the next morning.
  5. I've got a few 151 horror stories all the way back to high school off campus lunch time, 151 can do a lot of damage within a half hour lunch.
  6. Gettin ready to open a gun forum, ya I know, there are longrifle forums dedicated to the cause, I would never want to compete, they are awesome forums, but for our little corner of the world here, just something simple. Those are absolutely beautiful Aaron, since my interest in American Longrifles' has grown, I actually know what those two horns are used for now!
  7. Yep, separate the boards Ron, run them through the table saw or jointer, take just a little bit off the long grain edges, and re-glue them together. The boards themselves look pretty good, it's the sheet underneath that buckled and heaved. @Smallpatch, those boards aren't beveled at all, that top used to be flat.
  8. Hey Ron, like others have stated, pics would be wonderful for us to see, we are visual bunch. We can see where the warp is, and how badly, and we can suggest accurate fixes, or replacements if necessary. And, thanks for coming back to visit us Ron, appreciate it much!
  9. Welcome James to The Patriot Woodworker!

  10. Welcome Jeff to our community!

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