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ggraham

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    San Antonio, Texas
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    blacksmithing, hunting, fishing, golf

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  • Location
    San Antonio, Texas
  • Biography
    Married 41+, one son, two grand kids, boy & girl
  • Interests
    beginner blacksmith, catfish, golf, metal detect
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    Construction Project Manager

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  1. Oak kindling makes for a good smokey flavor. George forging hot dogs.mp4
  2. JLP, Sometimes things can be angled or canted to reduce or eliminate reflections. Not sure if this will help but should be relatively simple to adjust your connection point on the screen to achieve or maybe not. George
  3. Glenn, I seem to be confused, (normal) about NA and NARB. In the Abbreviations above shows "N" to represent "Normally". I have seen this usually used as "naturally" aspirated. Are these terms interchangeable? George
  4. ggraham

    A Quick One

    nice JPH, how do you like Florida? (I think you moved there recently???)
  5. My roosting friends have moved on for now, maybe not in immediate danger, yet.
  6. I know I move slower these days, I guess I need to pick up the pace. A dead hickory tree next to my shop this morning. I know I move slower these days, I guess I need to pick up the pace. A dead hickory tree next to my shop this morning.
  7. Marc1/Dale Russel, Do ya'll have access to anthracite type coal? George
  8. I have 4 of Mr. Epps' DVDs, Forging Animal Heads, Bugs and Birds, Leaves and Flowers and Making Tongs. All were very helpful in getting me going. I recommend these to all. Thanks Bill, looking forward to your books. George
  9. PVF AL, small projects become large projects. Very nice George
  10. Try IFI's recipes;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; Vulcan's Grill Follow 3 The IForgeIron food section. <br />A blacksmith has to eat, so why not eat good food.
  11. sounds like you just "squish" the section to be welded by use of tongs? is this correct? kind of like welding with a press? George
  12. here is a video of rivetless tongs
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