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    Default Jig progress, first batch of 50

    New jigs.jpgSexy scales.jpg
    Haven't posted pics for a long time on here, hope it works. Good size to these jigs, I don't have a super large hand but I do wear large gloves. second pic is after I applied a scale pattern. Little masking to do and these babys are ready to powder coat.

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    Nice job. How did you apply the scale pattern? A metal roller of some sort?
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    Cool...what do they weigh? Look they they fall in the 8-10oz. range. Look like good candidates for assist hooks.


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    Good looking work. I suspect you're going to be very happy!

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    They look real nice. Hope you have my name on a few of them. Assist hooks will work fantastic on them!
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    Yup... 7 and 9 oz on these guys. The scale pattern is done on a foil tape rolled with a piece of allthread. Got half of them masked last night should be ready for powder coat tomorrow.

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    Very nice job!!

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