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real_beer

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While walking through the local 'Masters' store yesterday I found what's possibly the best idea I've seen for many years. I immediately grabbed one to safely hold the kegs when drilling them for the various fittings. It's so simple, versatile, & full of possible uses that I saw all the projects I'd worked on over the years flash through my tiny brain & realised I could have used it for nearly all of them. THE PRICE $15 Here's a link to the makers webpage with a small video to see for yourself http://www.steadycut.ca/ .
And a pic for those who don't like clicking on links.
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Batz

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While walking through the local 'Masters' store yesterday I found what's possibly the best idea I've seen for many years. I immediately grabbed one to safely hold the kegs when drilling them for the various fittings. It's so simple, versatile, & full of possible uses that I saw all the projects I'd worked on over the years flash through my tiny brain & realised I could have used it for nearly all of them. THE PRICE $15 Here's a link to the makers webpage with a small video to see for yourself http://www.steadycut.ca/ .
And a pic for those who don't like clicking on links.
View attachment 59561

Cheers :icon_cheers:

Yep I'll have one of those, looks the shot for cutting firewood.

Cheers Batz
 

real_beer

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Yep, just what I need to cut my firewood
That looks like an official Australian competion log used in Log Rolling events here in the 1940's & 50's.

Here's the American version from the same period
US_Log.jpg
 

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