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oftern considered stripping a shank nice one

but check this guy out on stickmakers and suppliers on face book very nice pyrography work o the shank and a great carving .He made the antlers on the deer using real antler . a real labour of love

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Really nice sticks, especially the huckleberry.

The tree you use as your backdrop has the wood turner in me drooling; the bowl blanks you could get from it would be amazing. I think you said once that it was sweetgum, if I remember right.
 

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Really nice sticks, especially the huckleberry.
The tree you use as your backdrop has the wood turner in me drooling; the bowl blanks you could get from it would be amazing. I think you said once that it was sweetgum, if I remember right.
 

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Really nice sticks, especially the huckleberry.
The tree you use as your backdrop has the wood turner in me drooling; the bowl blanks you could get from it would be amazing. I think you said once that it was sweetgum, if I remember right.
that is a pecan tree
 

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Randy, as the others have said I too really appreciate that huckleberry you've got down there in Bama', none growing around my area of the Hoosier state. Nice looking pair of sticks, well done!
 
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