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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelfixed View Post
    Would love to have that tusk scrhimed one day,or maybe just bandsaw the sucker.
    I love the scrimshaw idea.... Just sayin'. By the way, I'm still hoping Berni can arrive in January. The going has been slow but we are an interview away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaBull View Post
    I love the scrimshaw idea.... Just sayin'. By the way, I'm still hoping Berni can arrive in January. The going has been slow but we are an interview away.
    Sounds like a plan,best wishes Robert
    Actually.every time I bring that tusk to the shop with the intent of running it thru the bandsaw, I cringe.
    Will do the deed one day,maybe tomorrow,Maybe
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    When I saw post #13 in this thread: So I had this chunck of Cape, I started thinking about this again, could it be used on something smaller like a Max Sprecher micro razor? I guess if you had a huge piece like in the mentioned post, you could maybe even use it for a regular sized straight.
    Last edited by Baxxer; 04-05-2014 at 02:26 PM.
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