OK....so I'm a little obsessive and stood there for about two hours and plugged away at it. Got everything sorted and set on the board. A little final tweaking alignment and some epoxy tomorrow should do it. I really think the old bronze tipped bullets are cool! I even remember where the wood came from. He had a slab of walnut which he used to build a stock for one of his rifles(he was also a very good wood worker). He shaved that plank off to use for the bullet board. I remember sanding it when I was a kid! My father was the director of the Wyoming state crime lab and the head ballistic/wound expert. He said at that time, these were the most popular hunting bullets used in the state so he had them in order to use as comparisons to slugs they'd pull from poached game in order to identify the rifle. I do remember all the boxes of bullets he had stacked at the lab...this was one from each! Everything from .22 to 8mm. Most of them are .30 cals. Very popular back in the day!