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Re: Ranger 32 Dv2

Ranger 32 Dv2
April 20, 2009 03:16PM
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treedV2.jpg

The dV2 32 Prototype.

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billetDv2.jpg

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Brass shroud - carved detail

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Power adjust - full power

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Looks like this was before I installed power adjust. This was a range test "function firing" off the internal reservoir.

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Power adjust - Low power

Another fine 32 rifle. It had quite a nice package of options. Hope you enjoyed seeing it.

Gary



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/12/2009 11:19PM by Jerry.
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 20, 2009 04:12PM
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That's another fine gun. I'm glad I saw those pictures when they were new!
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 20, 2009 07:30PM
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GGGGAAAARRRRYYYYY hot smiley

What was do confused smiley

OOO My GODDDD excited.

I fall in LOVE rudolph

is this a new product confused smiley

Keep it GARY......fudd

Because One nigth, I will commit theft for it. whistling

Excellent, Wonderful, Super, Attractive, Artwork, Extraordinary blah blah
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 20, 2009 08:34PM
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I see someone discovered the smilies...whistling
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 20, 2009 09:02PM
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Fabulous detail work thumbs up
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 20, 2009 11:08PM
That looks a lot like mine, Gary. What is the main difference?
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 20, 2009 11:35PM
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It should look "just like" yours Doug.

thumbs up

Gary
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 21, 2009 12:52AM
Awesome looking gun! A beautiful work of art!
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 21, 2009 05:01AM
Does it come with tusks?more innocent
Re: 32 Dv2 - from the files
April 21, 2009 01:05PM
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That's a wrench handle Lon. However; I might be lucky enough to run across another set of nanomammoth tusks. cooler

Gary
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 09, 2009 06:28PM
i allways thought this was some of the nicest carving , outside of the bison , that i have as a desktop , fine work.
the delta range allways looks most like what people expect i think.
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 09, 2009 10:32PM
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WELL! NO need to get insulting! footinmouth "Looks most like what people expect!!!" .... well .... how depressing ... winking smiley

You mean ... an artist works his magic ... uses all his skills ... builds in all his special tricks .... and ....... ..... and ......

and it looks the most like what people are familiar with? hahaha.

Let's compare:

To the Clothes Designer ... "ya know ... that looks the most like jeans and a tee shirt of any of your designs!" whistling

To the Chef: "ya know ... now THAT tastes the most like a Big Mac of any of this other stuff you cook!" eye popping smiley

To the Auto Designer: "Now ... THAT reminds me of a Ford Escort more than any of those others ... !" google eyes

one more? wink

To the Architect: "Ahhhhhh ... nothing like a Split Foyer to warm the heart!" more confused

OK ... fine ... I know you like it ... laughing again

Gary
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 10, 2009 09:48PM
oh yes , i like it ,,,
sometimes things are just meant to look like they should ,, its not every day you want hand cut fillet of sea cod in a finely crumbed coating , sometimes you just need a fish finger ....lol
not that ive ever seen finely carved fish fingers mind .
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 11, 2009 01:07AM
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Are you saying I just finished paying off a fish finger! LOL!
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 11, 2009 06:05PM
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"Fish Stick" is more the domestic term I believe Jerry. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

Oh boy ... I can hear a bunch of whining and moaning ... I sense I'm going to have to get out the erraser, white out, and correction tape ... thanks Tom!!! eye rolling smiley

winking smiley

Gary
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 12, 2009 11:40PM
Doug, did you just not recognize your Barnes? If so, we may have to intervene and place it in foster care, as you need to get it out of the closet it's locked in! It's just not humane treatment!crying

Do you have a more recent picture to show how that beautiful stock has aged? Has it seen daylight?

As heard at the raptor cage..."SHOOT HER!!!....SHOOT HER!!! " shooter

Kent
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 13, 2009 12:28AM
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Yup! whistling
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 14, 2009 05:45PM
but in my eyes it really has just the most perfect carving combination , just enough of just the right stuff , , it must be tricky to know just how much is enough.
how many times along lifes way have i said ,,, just one more,,,, oops , should have stopped when i was winning ,
mind you ,
try telling that to the guy who invented six up.
if only he hadnt given up , he was so so so close.
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 16, 2009 07:39PM
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Ive sen the B/W pic a hundred times....... (ok spent a lot of time perusing the old GLB site....) and just now (!) noticed the "Green Man" in the tree bark.

Something you carved Gary?
Re: Ranger 32 Dv2
November 17, 2009 09:06PM
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Parts sculpted in wet concrete, then colored to match, and brass pinned to the old Dogwood tree.

take a bow

They blend in very well to the color and texture.

Gary
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