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  1. #1
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    Trapped the crown!

    My son gave this to me for my B-day. Thought I should post it cause I think it's really cool.Name:  21.jpg
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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    Cool and happy bday

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  3. #3
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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    That's my favorite.

    Oh, nice welding too !

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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    Hmm very creative! How about your next one a “Jack” in a box


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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    That sounds like a great response gift. His B-day is in July so I have plenty of time.

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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    My question is How do you remove and replace the bottle when empty. Mechanism would have to be well lubricated at my house.
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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    I just worry that you can get the top off to pour ,think about refilling after empty!

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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    Quote Originally Posted by gxbxc View Post
    I just worry that you can get the top off to pour ,think about refilling after empty!

    Smart man

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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    Cap comes off just like it's not in a cage. Refill is a easy with a small funnel. Already had to fill it back up a couple of times, in fact it's empty right now (So sad).

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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    can you change this bottle?

  11. #11
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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    Nope. That bottle is there FOREVER. But with a funnel it's not empty for very long.

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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    Nice job on the project.....

    But I don't really understand the design ..

    Usually the concept is "Trapping"the bottle in the case... so you can't open it...
    A perfect gift for the Alcoholic friend....

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    actually... someone on this site did a much better one a while back.





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  13. #13
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    Re: Trapped the crown!

    My kid wanted to still let me enjoy the booze while playing with his new plasma table. Besides I'm not an Alcoholic , I don't go to meetings That Jack bottle is awesome!

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