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    The things i see on here......
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    Now Now be nice Speedy K.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    Cost? Less than $5 to make 1dz of each size. Compared to $12 for a single G5 SGH. I'll use these instead.
    Pretty idea Hawg. Nice and cheap too!

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    I have a YouTube video as far as i remember.
    Link please Alex?

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    Default Great home made heads....

    Man I like the ingenuity of this and the price is so right....will add these to my quiver, thanks Hawg for sharing!
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    no im going to start getting in trouble.i have a unlimited account at ace hardware...

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    Just don't let them know what your doing with them, they might jack up the $$!

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    Oh H--- yeah! I'll be making some of those! I'm guessing that you did'nt shoot any for group? I know that I would'nt want to. Which flies better ? Wings forward or backward?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    Link please Alex?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFuc3LCg3_0
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    The ones in the video are a little different than the ones listed. I wonder if using the carriage bolt washer causes flight issues versus the wing nut version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Those are one mean looking head. Cheers mate!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharxfan View Post
    I wonder if using the carriage bolt washer causes flight issues versus the wing nut version.
    Its hard too say. The washer might fly better due to being more even (no wings) but drop speed more downrange?

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