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Old 11-03-2013, 05:56 PM   #1
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Default Duck One 20 MM F-16 Gun Barrel Mount

This is a project I did a few years ago for the 309th Fighter Squadron at Luke AFB, AZ.
I mounted a 20 MM gun barrel from an F-16. This was a gift to the 309th Fighter Squadron Commander when he departed and moved on to his next base. I hope he proudly displays it where ever he goes. It was a great feeling being asked to make this project. It really turned out great.
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Nice work, I'm sure he will be displaying it wherever he goes. Very, very nice.
On another note I figured out the QQMF but the MMFH escapes me. Care to elaborate?
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Nice job. Your mention of Luke brought back memories for me as I spent 4 yrs at the Navy base that is now Goodyear airport. I attended one college evening class at Luke and sure do remember the flyboys that showed up at our base on the one day a month we got grilled steak at the mess hall. They set up half barrels with a grill on top outside for the grilling and you even got to pick how well done.
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Very very nice choice of contrasting woods in the intarsia. What did you use for the orange-ish for the feet?
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Hi Jack,

The feet are actually Red Oak.

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