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    Warthog tusk pen

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    Wow. Looks great.

    How the heck do you come across a warthog tusk? Is it solid inside?
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    That is a beauty Andrew,

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Dart View Post
    How the heck do you come across a warthog tusk? Is it solid inside?

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    Now that's something different!!
    *Nicely Done*
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    Wow that tusk is bonny

     
     
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    The chromeish kit,copper tip and different shapes give the hog material somewhere to be seen,well seen mate.

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    Benefits of an annual hunting trip. Great salami and kabernossi, and now I can use the tusks as well. A good tusk will measure about 30 cm, of which the outer half is solid.

     
     
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    Very nice job, it's got a few flecks in it too which adds to it... really nice job.....if you keep your shot cases I'll teach you how to turn them too
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    Very unusual material to make a pen from, but stunning looks and very well turned. Well done.
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    You don't see one of those every day. looks good, Andrew.
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