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First Batch Pencils

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First batch of through wired pencils I've made. They are between 2 - 2.5 oz and rear weighted so the butt digs in nicely (at least in the sink) I have a better appreciation for the skill required to complete the through wiring neatly but once again it was a totally enjoyable process. Any comments or criticisms would be appreciated. I have been a woodworker and fisherman for 30+ and 45+ years respectively but until this year have not been able to blend my two passions. Thanks for the guidance and info on this forum....the best!

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View PostFirst batch of through wired pencils I've made. They are between 2 - 2.5 oz and rear weighted so the butt digs in nicely (at least in the sink) I have a better appreciation for the skill required to complete the through wiring neatly but once again it was a totally enjoyable process. Any comments or criticisms would be appreciated. I have been a woodworker and fisherman for 30+ and 45+ years respectively but until this year have not been able to blend my two passions. Thanks for the guidance and info on this forum....the best!

 

 

I like em.... and the color combination on the maroon/grey looks sharp!

 

Dave

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Great work! I'm sure it's a big help having a woodworking background when you start plug building. I wish I had that luxury when I started. Makes the learning curve a lot shorter. smile.gif

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The yellow (can't spell chartr????) and white is my favorite and I tried to flush mount the belly grommet by double drilling the belly hole one larger hole the diameter and thickness of the grommet material and a second through hole to accomodate the inside portion of the grommet and swivel

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