Ox horn neckies.

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sapper1

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Feb 3, 2008
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swansea
What about mine then?I'll put me down for the second one please.
 
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Cap'n Badger

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Jul 18, 2006
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Port o' Cardiff
Wow, I had no idea what a jewellers saw was until I saw that. Do you clamp the saw and move the horn, or what? Am even more impressed with your skill now!
No...the horn is held on a piece o' wood wi' a 2" hole in it by my left hand.....I then saw verticle t' the horn after drillin' micro holes t' start the saw off on the indiviual lines...eg...wi' yours Count the lines....an' that's how many drill holes there are an' how many times I have t' dismantle the saw an' re-insert it t' cut out the shapes. One piece sillhouettes are easy (otter etc) Celtic ones take a lot more time.:D