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Old 12-22-2004, 09:07 AM   #21
 
Join Date: Apr 2001
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Erik,
It takes quite a bit of checkering practice to develope your eye and touch. Before you try a firearm (expensive!), try checkering a 3/4" pipe, or the handles of some tools.

For the Seecamp and the P7M13, I couldn't use my 1911 checkering fixture. So I clamped the frame with a flat steel plate into a vice, and used the plate to insure my first lines were exactly verticle. But I was able to jury-rig my 1911 fixture to get the horizontal lines started.
Best Regards, Slo cat
 
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