for this cabinet are available here
||This gun cabinet was fun to make, tho a little more difficult.
I tried to get someone to etch the glass with a deer or somethin but they
all wanted too much. The cabinet stands 83" tall and holds six rifles above,
hand guns below, and ammo in the draw. All compartments can be locked but
sence the doors are glass, trigger locks are recommended. This project
takes a moderate skill level, table saw, router, and some miter work at
the top and bottom. The cabinet is made in two pieces, bolted together.
Sorry I didn't take any pics when i made this piece.
Here for the plans that were the inspiration for my gun cabinet!
This tip for etching glass was emailed to me recently:
"I saw your comment about etching on your gun cabinet.
There is stuff that can be used to make it look like etched glass. Its
in the craft department at any Wal-mart or at a craft store. Just find
a stencil of a deer that you like, glue it on with stencil glue(also in
the craft department), then carefully paint on the etching. A couple of
hints: cut around the edge of the stencil before removing, follow the directions
for priming the glass after the stencil is in place, don't over apply the
etching-you'll get bumps-its better to apply a second coat.
Hope this helps!"
A fellow crafter
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