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    Push Button Pepper Grinder

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    This is a new kind of project for me. Decided to make one because I don't like the twist type, they hurt the arthritis in my hands, I really like this type.
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    I have never seen those before! Very nice looking, where do you get them?
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    Beautiful Jim, and a great choice of lumber!! I'm with Paul, do you mind reveling your source?
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    Okay, I'm thinking he bought one, took it apart and used the hardware??
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    Push Button Pepper Grinder

    I haven't seen that specific hardware before, but the Spring '14 PSI catalogue has a couple of versions on p. 67.


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    Here it is at PSI: Grinder

    It's on page 69 in the PSI catalog I got.
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    The perception of perfection is perfectly clear to everyone else

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    I've seen the kits for sale at Woodcraft Stores.

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    The cartridge for the pepper seemed a little small (seemed like a lot of refilling if used) for me when I checked them out. They do look great, and great work Jim. I'd love to find one with a larger cavity and I agree it beats the twist versions for me.

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