Here’s a glock 42 that I did a little bit of scrollwork on. I had my cerakoter lay down a base of silver, then black and go back and wipe away the black. This lifer all the black down in … Continue reading
Here’s one of my bigger projects which is a completely scratch built semi sub gun in 9×19. I started with bill Holmes mp83a1 as a base and redesigned most of the gun to actually function and to be way simpler … Continue reading
One day I really wanted to learn the banjo, so I made one quick.
Here’s an old school project. As I understand it this was a final test of a lathe apprentice’s skills before he was released into the world to become a machinist. This is an aluminum turners cube. I need a few … Continue reading
My friend, Josh, and I built him an ar15 out of a parts kit and an aluminum 80% lower. My little micro mill worked fantastically on this job. It still needs to be polished out, but it runs flawlessly.
What started out as a set to sell ended up going on my own ak haha. This wood came from an old black walnut tree that my father cut down some 10 years ago. The original furniture is set out … Continue reading
We’ve been busy making tons of new guitars for this guitar show coming up on the 23rd, so I haven’t had much time to update, but here’s a bunch of pictures from that.
Here’s a five string guitar. Tiger maple neck, black walnut head and bridge, bone nut and saddle, and ebony bridge pins with abalone and brass inlay. This guitar is tuned to open g.
A little bit different. This is a five string guitar tuned to open G. I managed to use the clear panel of the cigarbox as the soundboard for this guitar. It has a tiger maple neck with a cedar head, … Continue reading
A little more work on the turtle shell guitar today. I added the tuners, and made/added the cocobolo nut, bridge, and saddle. Just waiting for the pins and strings to get here. The only things left to do are cut … Continue reading