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Old 04-20-2013, 22:31   #4
Doc McGlock
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Bates,

Thank you for your reply. I'm sure you are totally right, however I am also sure that there are many levels that one can climb to without violating the definition. Becoming a machinist might be a great goal! Thanks for that idea!

Realistically, I am too old to expect to become a master, but I believe that I could achieve some proficiency at repairing and restoring firearms. I'm thinking that the majority of work could be learned fairly quickly but I do totally understand that experience speaks volumes!

I'm just looking for some direction from those that have been there/done that. I'm not looking for reasons as to why I shouldn't pursue this course. My best accomplishments have come from being told that I couldn't or shouldn't do something! It's not about the money but rather a passion!

I can do dentistry in my sleep!

Thanks again

Doc
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