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“Cpl. Schellenberg was first inspired to try his hand at crafting a working wooden model of the C7 after he heard a similar story about a soldier serving in Afghanistan. This soldier had apparently decided to carve a rifle out of a piece of wood he had found, using nothing but hand tools. The Reservist has a lot of respect for that unnamed soldier. ‘That takes talent,’ he said. “It was very challenging to make a C7 that can be completely broken down like a real one. Even the accessories—like the blank firing attachment and the hand guards—were almost completely hand carved.” www.army.forces.gc.ca
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For More Woodworking Ideas Wood-Working-4-Home.com The Problem With Free Woodworking Plans Woodworking can be a great deal of fun if you are a hobbyist. It can be very rewarding if you are a professional. Whether not you are involved with woodworking for fun or profit, sometimes it can be difficult to find great woodworking plans. The internet is a very good place if you know where to look and know enough to fill in the blanks many of the plans found online are full of. However, often times, the best option is to go with a paid product which includes complete and easy to follow plans. Woodwork4Home is a good option. When searching for woodworking plans, it is almost best to always go for a completed, well-packaged and professional product. You might believe that you are getting over by using free plans. However, you run the risks of coming across some pretty bad ones. If you have already purchased materials for these projects and they don’t work out, you would have just effectively thrown money down the drain. It is better to invest in quality plans so that you’ll get a quality product (well that’s up to you and your skill level ). Spending money on projects that will likely be a bust because of the poor quality of the plans is frustrating and not wise, especially in this economy. Go Now

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Woodworking tools are designed to cut into wood, not with the wood grain. Learn tips for cutting wood with power saws in this woodworking safety video from a wood shop instructor and professional carpenter. Expert: Jon Olson Bio: Jon holds a Bachelors of Science in Education and Human Sciences degree, with an endorsement in Industrial Technology Education, and he has worked in Residential Construction for several years. Filmmaker: Jon Olson
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