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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Hazel nut branch that I had in the garage ceiling for several years.
    Made into a gift for the good bloke in France that keeps inviting me to shot driven boar
    Added a couple of Jay feathers from one shot on our shoot.
    @Sideshow...oh to be invited to shoot in France ...
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    Here you go EeeBees French drive

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    Wicked write up, @Sideshow ... really enjoyed that ... did you see any Roe in the forest ...?
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    Year just when we where driving back out from the first day, mum with twins.
    See loads in the uk though! We have Fallow muntjac and Roe around here....pigs are coming
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    My old hip set in resin.

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    Velocity is thrilling,but diameter does the real killing.

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    Creepy and cool all in one looks like you done some miles n the thing
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    Iots of miles and some stupid big animals carried, just wore the bastard out . It will now out last me.
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    Velocity is thrilling,but diameter does the real killing.

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    Oh that is brilliant, John ...
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    I did it ... bought myself a dinky little Dremel today ... yes, money money money ... but it will be really great for doing the finishing off on stick handles ...
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    Gorse is a pretty dense, heavy wood. But suppose most of your customers don't plan to use their canes for canings.

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    No not really, @Cordite ...
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    You get lancewood up there?
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    Has anyone used Rose wood for a cane/stick? I have some good lengths from last years prunings that I put away thinking I could do something with them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wirehunt View Post
    You get lancewood up there?
    Yes, it is quite common around these parts ... makes a lovely shank ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROKTOY View Post
    Has anyone used Rose wood for a cane/stick? I have some good lengths from last years prunings that I put away thinking I could do something with them?
    Roktoy, I have read somewhere that someone had used rose canes ... cannot think where I read it...
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