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    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye View Post
    With all this loony lefty animal rights stuff no chapping of fish going on, pretty soon spanking your monkey will be off limits.
    Yey can still choke yer chicken or even pull yer pud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamson v10 View Post
    Yey can still choke yer chicken or even pull yer pud


    flapping your feb?

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    Default An interesting set of responses to my post!!

    The use of a priest in Tasmania when fishing for brown and rainbow trout is an essential piece of kit in the Tasmanian highlands and lake districts. As I mentioned I am looking forward to starting up my craft once again after collecting my drill press, bandsaw, mini lathe and rocker vices from a barn in the midlands of Tasmania where they have been stored for the past three years.

    My work is now cut out as a few cans of DW-40 will be required along with a wire brush to clear up the rust and get all pieces of my old workshop equipment functional again. I will keep you posted on newly designed priests for the enthusiast with posts and images from time to time.

    I am pleased that you all liked my designs and the previous image. Here's another.
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    Hi, could you also post photos of your tool restoration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye View Post
    Hi, could you also post photos of your tool restoration?
    I will be starting next week to start removing the rust.Restoring Drill Press Band Saw.JPG

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