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    My Pipe rustic tools [part 1]

    Here is some of my rustic tools that i use in my modifications, nothing unique or special just some inspiration or improvisation ideas.




    Video with music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umFEQrtCjQ4


    Thank you for watching and...how about starting making your own?
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    Enjoyed that Sid! lovely music! For a couple of minutes there, I was on a sunny beach in Greece.
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Thanks for the video, Sid, but don't give away all of your secrets!
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    Thank you Gentlemen!
    Pipes and Tobaccos: http://Pipe-smoke.blogspot.com
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    Loved watching you turn items commonly found in any home workshop into useful tools for finishing briar pipes. Thanks for the low-tech ways to make tools.

    For years, I wondered about the "mysterious process" that was used to turn a smooth briar pipe into a craggy piece of sculpture. Now I know just how simple the process is.

    Got a pipe that has some sand pits and fills? .....Rusticate it, stain it, buff it, into a work of art. I do it all the time on cheapo estate pipes. You can easily silk purse those sow's ear pipes, into beautiful things.

    Thanks for sharing.


    Frank
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    @BriarPipeNYC : Thank you!
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    I'm hooked! Can't wait for Part-2....etc. More is better.


    Frank
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    BTW.....All your videos are great! Very informative. My next project: "worry beads" made from deer antlers.
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    Very creative and well though out tool making, Sid.
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    Much obliged Grentlemen for your kindly comments!
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    Great video, Sid, very informative. Definitely something I'll have to try.

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