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Imagine mowing your yard one blade of grass at a time, or painting your home with a single bristle from a brush.
That level of patience, and perhaps a bit more, is what Mark Marriccini needs to do what started as a hobby but has since become one of his life’s passions: building Revolutionary War-era flintlock rifles.
At an average of 300 work hours each to construct, Mark said patience, and no small amount of discipline, are the two main requirements to creating the masterpieces
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