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27-02-2012, 22:08   #16
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Scratch the smithing idea, I read it again and he's talking about not using it in a confined space. There has to be some good use a jet of scalding air can be put to though!
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09-03-2012, 03:37   #17
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There has to be some good use a jet of scalding air can be put to though!
Taking the bends out of walking sticks/arrows/Atlatl?

Wear welders gloves though, they get fair hot!
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01-05-2012, 22:08   #18
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I've a kelly kettle, and I'd recommend it to anyone!

It's a great little companion for when you're off for a days fishing, etc and in need of a brew.

- Druss.!/druss_rua
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