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    Awesome product - honestly, I've never seen patent numbers engraved right on a product!

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    I found this 28" long blow horn stake close to home! ( 8 minutes away)

    It cleaned up nicely.....






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    Looks good... can't say I've ever come across one like that...
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    I got this little railroad track anvil on Friday for $20.




    A half hour with the wire brush and grinding wheel made it much more respectable.




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    Looking good... but after all that work you'll need more than root beer. Here's an alternative, complete with breakfast culinary directions....Name:  IMG_6121.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    Looking good... but after all that work you'll need more than root beer. Here's an alternative, complete with breakfast culinary directions....Name:  IMG_6121.JPG
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    No mention of bacon....


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    Why Why WHY do craft brewers always put a chocolate flavoring in stouts??? Just because they're dark doesn't make them a Hershey bar .

    Bare RR rails here are always priced like gold - $100/ft is not uncommon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootr View Post
    Why Why WHY do craft brewers always put a chocolate flavoring in stouts??? Just because they're dark doesn't make them a Hershey bar .

    Bare RR rails here are always priced like gold - $100/ft is not uncommon.
    Maybe try the Goose Island Bourbon County Stout. I'm not a Stout drinker but this is pretty good. One is enough for me.

    I'm more of an IPA guy.

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    Once I had one (or three) from the mothers' own teat - nothing else will do (almost)

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    I like an occasional Guiness as well... but I find any more than 2 of them is a meal.
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    I made some home brew beer once. A friend told me it was more like a stout than a beer....maybe that's why I had to chew it when I drank some!

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    Calling all blacksmiths!

    There is a Johnson 133 gas forge/furnace coming up for auction on June 26 in Snyder TX if anyone need a commercial grade forge. This one looks like it is in good shape - all the bricks are intact. As we get closer, I'll take a better look at it & post a link to the auction.
    This is a video of it's little brother - a 122.

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    Re: Blacksmithing tools

    Quote Originally Posted by cwby View Post
    Calling all blacksmiths!

    There is a Johnson 133 gas forge/furnace coming up for auction on June 26 in Snyder TX if anyone need a commercial grade forge. This one looks like it is in good shape - all the bricks are intact. As we get closer, I'll take a better look at it & post a link to the auction.
    This is a video of it's little brother - a 122.
    Just an FYI. It doesn't matter if it was originally used with propane or natural gas.

    An nozzle swap is all that is required.

    Thanks for posting cwby. I hope someone from here gets it at a good price.


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    Vaughn wanted some tubes for drill bits.

    These might be a little bigger than he wanted, but serve a dual purpose. Praline cookie container to start with and tool holder later.

    The end caps come off just like other tubes.




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    I know V was after containers for smaller bits but this is how I store my bigger ones.




    The entire set can be taken easily to the DP if necessary.


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    Here is a link to the Johnson 133 gas forge furnace.

    https://www.proxibid.com/Richard-s-A...catalog/201847

    Auction will be June 26,2021. There is some other nice welding equipment/metal working tools in the sale also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psacustomcreations View Post
    These might be a little bigger...but serve a dual purpose.
    Now that is good marketing!

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    I keep my small bits in my shorts...
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