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Random stuff you have made

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by gfercaks33, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. tyromeo55

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    Salt / vinegar for electro etching?
     
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    I'm a die-hard Chicago Cubs fan, if you can't tell!
    Also made the entertainment center



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    I've never seen that, it's very interesting. I can't wait to tell my wife I built a birthing chair...This will disturb her is so many ways!
     
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    Nice stuff there guy!

    Ever think of something like this? It's a new idea on an old concept. It's a strap on one legged stool made from a one legged milking stool. Dad made the one we used. I asked him why the one leg? He said, "So you can get away from the cow when she kicks." Made sense to me then.

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    Quite a few years ago, my mother ran across one of the actual birthing chairs and acquired it. She was a self taught artist that when she and Dad divorced, she took to teaching painting for her income. Most of her students were women, and I understand that a number of them "enjoyed" sitting in that chair for a bit.
     
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    Terry, it sounds as if they were confused about the chair. It was made for birthing, not impregnating . . . or both.
     
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    I prefer the 64 box with the built in sharpener.
     
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    I remember wanting one of those... :D
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    This video gave me the idea for a quick project today. Those little mug are about the size of beer can.





    I grabbed a steel stub I have and cut off a 4 1/2" long piece-diameter 2.5" inches. I drilled a 3 inch deep hole 3/4" diameter. Then I drilled a 13/64 vent hole. I tapered the top outside from 2.5" down to 2.25 for 3 " at the muzzle.


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    I did a test fire today.




    Sounds like a loud shotgun going off. Same shot from two different camera's.

    Not as good as my big thunder mugs however.

     

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