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    Very smart and excellently executed. Many thanks for sharing
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    Tony1948, Great job, I like the handle retaining idea. Is tha a pyro saddle clamp you've used as a handle? ( ideal if it is, they have a certain heat resistance and are already coated )

    Thanks againd fro the bottle/cup.... Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger004 View Post
    Tony1948, Great job, I like the handle retaining idea. Is tha a pyro saddle clamp you've used as a handle? ( ideal if it is, they have a certain heat resistance and are already coated )

    Thanks againd fro the bottle/cup.... Jeff
    ....Ya Jeff I think they are pyro clamps, I've had a big bag of them in the man cave for years I new there'd come in usefull one day,

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    Great work. By a few of the lads, aswell. All good jobs them.
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    All down to Jeff and Bernie for the first posts,thanks again guys.............Tony.

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    Thanks Tony, but I think Tigger deserves the credit. I just copied what he did and I'm more inclined to show lots of photos and write about it.

    I made another yesterday (no video, sorry - my workshop is far too messy for a video). I turned a knob handle for this one because I think I prefer the control it provides. Screwed in with a bolt from below, it can be replaced or removed if necessary.


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    That one is very refined indeed, really nice finish, I guess it's for a NATO crusader and the corners on the concave edge are difficult to craft without ripples, top job. :-)
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    some very nice work there boys!!!!
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    Very classy! Posh crafting for sure with that beauty!
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    Came out better than my diy mess tin lid did
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