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So I got a G10 Topshot from Bill I absolutely love but I was wanting a slimmer one that fits in the pocket a little better. Came up with this. Don't shoot tubes much so left that out. Slanted the tips because I like to tilt my frame forward. Couple minor changes to his fabulous design that didn't really need changing.

But all in all very happy with it. I was expecting my first foray with G10 to not got so well but I'd say this exceeded my own expectations. Just took a bit of extra time and care.

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Great job! Any tips you want to pass on I am all ears. I'm about to try working with the jade G10 myself.
I have a couple. Cutting and sanding isn't super different than hard wood as far as technique. I used a high TPI blade to cut it out. And man is the stuff tricky to drill. Don't use much pressure and make sure your bits are sharp or it will delaminate.

It will dull anything you use pretty fast. Blades, bits, paper. I changed paper when sanding very often. It chews through it. I think I went through over double the paper I normally would sanding this thing.

I guess that's really what sticks out to me first time using it.

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Also lots of thanks to Joey Jfive Lujan. I messaged him with some questions because he makes works of art with G10 and he was super helpful and helped me a lot.

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You got it man! Happy to help! .. You have done a great job

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