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When i saw coodsters wf21 in battle worn stars and stripes I knew I had to make a stars and stripe weight for it. The forging was the last step and in was really hesitant to risk adding the stars for fear they might look cheesy but I'm incredibly pleased. Chad wanted a wrist strap which lead to the development of this design. The cord travels in a channel machined into the weight that allows the cord to travel around the mounting stud.
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gnarley that thang is a beauty
 

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Well done!
 

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No. This was made on old lathe. My new lathe is still on the trailer. Need the neighbors tractor but hes not around...then some fancy wiring
 

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Trailer is in the garage?. :)
 

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When i saw coodsters wf21 in battle worn stars and stripes I knew I had to make a stars and stripe weight for it. The forging was the last step and in was really hesitant to risk adding the stars for fear they might look cheesy but I'm incredibly pleased. Chad wanted a wrist strap which lead to the development of this design. The cord travels in a channel machined into the weight that allows the cord to travel around the mounting stud. View attachment 3209 View attachment 3210 View attachment 3211 View attachment 3212 View attachment 3213 View attachment 3214
Very cool. Are you going to start producing these?
 

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Most of the time i just do custom work but my new lathe is very capable if repeatable work so i hope to do a few runs of popular items. The forging makes them all one of a kind. Pm me if you need anything
 

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VCOLE Anton makes great stuff, fear not, my risers wear some of his weights & strike plate buttons.
 
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