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Old 02-10-2019, 10:25 PM   #31 (permalink)
 
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Either I was poorer or I had a reputation for loosing things as a kid. First knife was a Barlow while I envied those Case knives.
Much of my candy money came from pitching coins against the wall. Whoever was closest picked all the coins and pocketed them. Started with nickels and dimes and hustled our way up to quarters.

Is there somewhere I could find any drawings or plans for those throwing tops? The profiles were very similar back in the day and Iím sure there was a good reason.

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Dany,
I just went off the ones I have from my childhood and from my Dad's ... I watched a couple of videos on turning them before starting, then just went for it... I'm still working on re-learning how to make them spin... I can spin one of my old ones, but the new ones I think are too light in the tip... gonna fix that this next week.
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Those are excellent!
You must do a video when you get them spinning!!

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