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    Branding Iron Arrived

    Got the Branding Iron! Thank You again Jason! It came with a short stud to hold with pliers. I thought it deserved a handle as good as the Brass head. So I turned the end of a 3/8" steel rod and threaded it for 1/4-20 thread and turned a Bubinga handle. I didn't have any brass for the ferrule, so I used copper.

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    Nice! You should test that out on a nice t-bone if you don't have another project to brand right away.
    Darren

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    Very nice! Great handle.

    It would make a nice brand on a steak for sure!
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    Very nicely done all around indeed!
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    Awesome stuff

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    Very nice. I think I need one of those.
    David

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    Looking good. Enjoy.
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    Looks good, Dan.
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    Awesome handle, Dan! I need to pick up some bubinga

    I'm glad you like it - and thanks for the plugs!
    Jason Beam
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    So nice
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