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    new pot calls

    Spalt maple and snake wood
    Plus a new chuck , I'm learning to use and I bought a 10" delta band say 2003 modle. $100
    Think igot a good deal. Itcuts nice. Did the 1st slice on the snake wood with it. The log is 5x 10
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    Looks like you've been busy. Good snag on the saw, too.
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    Those look great Dave! That snake wood is a high dollar call. You going with slate tops?
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    Those are very nice. What is snake wood? Wish I could get a deal like that on band saw.
    David

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    Lucky to find $nake wood that hasn't been cut into penblanks. You're cranking them out, Dave.

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    Those are beautiful Dave, wish they sold better for me as I like to make them.... some real beauties in that bunch.
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    Looking fine.
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    Thanks everyone. The snake is a change of pace. Hardness is up there around 86 i think. Here's a better look.
    The bansaw needs a new blade. I'd like to find a blade a bit thicker to keep from twisting if that's doable.
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    Mighty fine looking calls, Dave!!!

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    Really nice looking calls Dave. Do these get some kind of stone put inside to make them work?
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