|Project by miles125||posted 06-11-2007 04:37 AM||1902 views||1 time favorited||14 comments|
These are some steer horns im making out of 16/4 Mahogany and salvaged Pine. The connection to the center pc of wood is accomplished with a lag bolt that i cut the head off of so its similar to a handrail bolt connection(and glue). I rough the horns out on the bandsaw and the business end of a horizontal sander. Then connect together and use a scaper, horiz sander and good ole hand sanding.
The center part is 3 1/2” thick and the length is 42” overall. This is prob about 10 hours to get to this stage.
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