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  • bowinhand
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    Well that link didn't work right. Search swedish knife grips. Try using them and your knife arm will thank you.

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  • bowinhand
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    Rotana this might help your tendons. Helped me.

    https://youtu.be/3J6OMWUfzD4

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  • Rontana
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    Thanks Herb

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  • uvawyo
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    Cool as can be!

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  • joepaulbutler
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    Power carving is as enjoyable a knife carving, just got to get past the learner's learning curve. your wood just forms out for you differently.

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  • woodburner807
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    We get older and have to find work arounds for things, Rontana, and power carving is an option. Personally I like hand carving/whittling things but could wind up power carving if I'm not able to use the knives. Sure wish I started the carving many, many, years ago. The main thing is to enjoy it and do what makes you happy.

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  • Rontana
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    Thanks Claude . . . it's a fun little gizmo

    Appreciate it, Bill. I hope so too . . . and really miss using the knife . . . but am trying to get the hang of power carving just in case

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  • woodburner807
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    Impressive work and playing there, Rontana. Hope you recover soon and get back to carving.

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  • Just Carving
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    Thank you Ron!

    BobL

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  • Claude
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    Great idea, Ron! Hope healing continues quickly.

    Claude

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  • Rontana
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    • Thanks Bob L . . . great looking bears, by the way

    • Sappy . . . I have to put my dog outside when I play this thing; it makes him crazy

    • Thanks Glenn . . . yeah . . . the arm is a real pain in the . . . uh . . . arm

    • Hey Joe B . . . appreciate the thoughts. Healing gets a bit slow after a certain age, but I'm hopeful. Am practicing with a rotary tool (I miss doing my dolphins) but haven't quite got it down yet.

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  • joepaulbutler
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    May your arm have the same results as your "noisemaker"

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  • Glenn Jennings
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    That is certainly thinking outside the square so to speak. Sounds good too. Hope the arm mends soon !!

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  • sappy
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    That is neat! And you know how to play it too! Impressive!

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  • Just Carving
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    Wow! Now that is cool! Hope your recovery is speedy and you get back to carving soon.

    BobL

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