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    Default Pole Lathe Wood Flask Turner -old school flask

    REMEMBER THE OLD DUDE that was carving a spoon video i posted 4ish years ago...Hes at it again LOL


    the real name of that flask is Plosca


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    when i find a nice piece of willow...i make one

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    awesome stuff! Just goes to show you that craftsmanship doesn't need electricity...lol

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    Wow. That is craftsmanship. One screw up and you start all over. He never even seemed to make a misplaced strike. May have done it a time or two.

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    That's what is great about the pole lathe. You go so slow you can just work stuff down bit by bit. Rules change just a bit at 3K rpm.
    This guy is a true artist though. I love guys like this. There isnt any " I dont know how to make that" more like "Okay lets figure this out" kind of attitude.

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    So rustick but true Craftmanship.
    Turn me lose and set me free somewhere in the middle of Missouri.

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    Default shlibovita flask...fine prune brandy

    that flask is the traditional container for this Prune Brandy ...AKA Moonshine 50°-75° alcohol proof

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