Don’t Make a Fire Poker Until you See This First

Don’t make a forged fire poker handle without a brass feral. Turning a fire poker handle on the lathe using black walnut and a brass shark fitting.

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Don't Make a Fire Poker Until you See This First

10 thoughts on “Don’t Make a Fire Poker Until you See This First”

  1. Real pretty. Is walnut a particularly hard wood? It looked difficult to turn at first, and to drill. I've never worked with it myself.

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