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Bldtrailer
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THAT [thumbsup] SHOULD BE [clapper] [clapper] IN THE "HOW TO " great [Not Worthy] build along! [archer2]

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Thanks for the great buildalong. I will be making a set. [thumbsup]

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In one of the back issue of TBM. Don't emember what number/year TBM. It was very good instruction and easy to do. I do remember JB weld was used instead of epoxy.
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my hats off [Not Worthy] [clapper] [clapper]
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Very nice, thank;s for the pictures, really helps.
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Thanks for the info!!!

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thanks guys for the pics and good how-to! nice work. this really helps alot!

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What a great artical!! Thanks Jared
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Thanks for the info and pictures. Now to make a sit.
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I do mine much the same except I use a beveled bolt head so that the bolt cannot come out of the burr. I also grind two sides of it flat so that it can never spin loose. For glue I use smooth on and put it in the oven for an hour and a half. It helps to put some tree Wax on the tape too.
Great instructive build along.

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Extremely clear instructions! Thanks

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I got a set from sticshooter and was blown away with how good they look.you will deal with his wife Michell and she is truly amazing person.I can not say enough good things about these folks or their work. you would be sorry buying your knobs from them.

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soory i should have said NOT SORRY about getting your knobs from them.great work and loving folks.

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That looks awesome! If I find some sheds this year I might have to try that out. Thanks!

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Great job with the step by step instructions. If I ever get some antlers with big enough bases I'll have to give it a try.

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