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Old 04-19-2013, 08:09 PM
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Default Re: Turning wood for rods

I couldn't take it long enough to get a fly skeleton seat to turn a block for. I had a spinning seat skeleton and decided to just turn one for that. This is Buckeye Burl. I have trouble getting the colors in photos to come out true to the real thing. Not sure why. This is actually more the color of the block. It does cool stuff as you move it in light. Next step is to tackle doulble dyed stabilizing.
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