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    BHQ

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    ever see a segmented handle.................

    Post  BHQ on Sat Jul 11, 2009 8:57 am

    that isnt really segmented Idea Idea Idea
    i just wanted to see if i could pull this off
    the black lines and rings are veneer i cut into handle, like inlays
    indian head nickel and my last piece of buckhorn butt (jeff: hint hint hint Wink )

    i just sprayed first few coats on it last nite,
    will get some new pics up soon





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    Re: ever see a segmented handle.................

    Post  EasonsCues on Sat Jul 11, 2009 9:53 am

    my last piece of buckhorn butt (jeff: hint hint hint )

    I got more when you ready.I like the hint hint hint Brent.LOL
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    new pics

    Post  BHQ on Sat Jul 11, 2009 10:07 am

    in case you're wondering, Wink
    i bored the black linen to accept the coin, leaving a stop so to speak at the back it it, used super glue gel to hold the coin, and turned the O.D. of the black linen to .940 ish
    being the scholar that i am lol! , LOL, i didnt think that thru very well, because , last time i checked, they dont make drill bits .940" affraid
    DUH!!!!!
    so, a little yankee ingenuity was in order
    i took a 1 inch forstner bit, chucked it up, using my dremel tool mounted in toll post with a reinforced grinding wheel, i ground the bit to .950 and took the cue to my buddies machine shop down the street to use his drill press
    the 10/1000ths over, was just barely enough to let the air escape from under the coin while i pressed in with a c clamp







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    Really Cool.

    Post  tlayne on Mon Jul 27, 2009 1:14 am

    it looks pretty cool. What kind of pin will you be using?
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    Re: ever see a segmented handle.................

    Post  BHQ on Mon Jul 27, 2009 11:57 am

    tlayne wrote:it looks pretty cool. What kind of pin will you be using?
    3/8x10
    that's about all i use
    an occasional radial once in a while
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    Re: ever see a segmented handle.................

    Post  Bamacues on Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:49 am

    That is some neat work, Brent. You are definitely moving up the chain in your cuebuilding.

    Joe

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