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    I just made one my self, out of bras rod on drill with sandpapper
    I think its even easier with wood or horn
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    you know, i don't know why i didn't think about just sanding the wood down, as opposed to whittling. i think i might just do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    you know, i don't know why i didn't think about just sanding the wood down, as opposed to whittling. i think i might just do that.
    We KnifeKnuts tend to think of using a knife first.

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    good point. no pun intended.

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    I actually started thinking about using the inside of a cow bell and now I am thinking someone should have Randy make a Damascus Cow Bell.

    Man, I really have a problem.

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    a one million layer damascus cow bell would be pretty cool looking. i wonder how it would sound...

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    Love this topic. It's like 'How many things around the house can be used as pins game.' But let's not do the sound of monosteel vs. sound of layered steel again. There must some kid board game that uses plastic pins....I can picture it.....
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    A cow bell made from Dammy would have to be intentionally made with very bad welds. Good, clean, well-made cowbells sound like crap. They are supposed to make a pathetic clunking noise, as pathetic and uninteresting as possible while still being loud enough to hurt your ears.

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    Cribbage pins.
    Spike C
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    I heard that one in Philadelphia has a crack in it....
    09/06

    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

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