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BilletHead

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BilletHead last won the day on August 20 2019

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  1. If women can't find you handsome they should at least find you handy.
  2. Ha Ham , Richard and I fished that place before I even knew a Ham existed! 🤣
  3. One of our favorite places. In 2010 that is where we caught our Colorado river cutthroat for the Wyoming cutt slam. We have since revisited it two more times camping not far from the stream. Went to sleep hearing the water and waking up to the same sound. Hope to get there again one more time if we are able. A few scattered brookies in there too. Below and above pics of the beaver dam. Behind and above cutts were caught. Multiple fish..
  4. Wow Ness Picture number two looks allot like South Cottonwood
  5. BilletHead

    What's Cooking?

    https://recipes.anovaculinary.com/recipe/sous-vide-buttery-grits
  6. Post of the day oh heck Post of the year!
  7. Could be that also. We have to remember all points are identified by the base. Once the point was made it was constantly re sharpened to all kinds of shapes but the base is our source to ID. Once it becomes unusable it is called spent.
  8. Definitely a corner notch type. Maybe a Hopewell sharpened down. Hard to tell sometimes. This page could give you some ideas, http://www.projectilepoints.net/Search/ASearch_Iowa.html
  9. BilletHead

    Cast iron

    Rick, I am glad you get it my friend. They don't make stuff like that anymore. That is what got me so interested in it. I have at least one piece that was made in the 1800's. Others way, way older than I am that properly treated will outlive all of us. I like it ! BilletHead
  10. BilletHead

    Cast iron

    Harsh chemicals? Not sure what you mean? Lye is a natural product. It was in the soap that your elders used. You can wash it off after using it. If you all knew what some of the vintage stuff was worth you might think twice. If you want to blast it I think your idea of walnut medium is a good choice. BilletHead
  11. BilletHead

    Cast iron

    350 -500 yes no problem but we are talking self cleaning ovens going to 800 plus degrees. I am not going to take the chance with vintage stuff that hot. There are many more easy ways to clean your iron safely.
  12. BilletHead

    Cast iron

    Let this be a good guide and explore more in other places, http://www.castironcollector.com/ BilletHead
  13. BilletHead

    Cast iron

    No, No, No, No and No again. Especially high heat like a fire. Even an oven on cleaning cycle can damage or warp a vintage piece of iron. If you don't care about the piece do as you please. If it is just crud and old cooking build up a lye tank. If it very , very light flash rust you may be able to use steel wool. Don't go too abrasive. No to any power tools. If rust is more of a problem build and electrolysis tank. BilletHead
  14. Prayers going out for you oneshot.
  15. Thanks RPS, I have been told I have a problem and need to move some out before I acquire more.
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