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Scott K how about a video for smelting

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by scott k, May 9, 2007.

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  1. scott k

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    i will when i have time. maybe by the weekend.

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    <embed width="430" height="389" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" src="http://vid155.photobucket.com/player.swf?file=http://vid155.photobucket.com/albums/s294/scottk66/ea79dd3f.flv"></embed>

    hope this is what your looking for.

    scott
     
  3. marotta

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    Scott.

    Excellent video.


    Thanks for the information.


    Raffaele
     
  4. Ellen

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    Raffaele:
    Are your sold yet on the Better Shotmaker or are you still sitting on the bank dipping your toes in the water???? Are you an "ingineer" yet or still waiting for your degree? Scott is the best teacher in the College of Making Shot.

    Scott: You make an excellent video on melting the wheel weights and also making your shot with the Better Shotmaker.
     
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    thanks. just trying to help where i can.

    later scott
     
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    Scott, those muffin pans look like the same ones I got at Wallmart. First try and the ingots stuck to the bottom of the muffin pan, even bent the bottom on some. Is there a way to cure them? By the way thanks for the help of those on this forum, and Jim Stewart; my third batch of shot turned out great!!!!!!!!!!10tenner
     
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    Scott,

    What kind of pot is that and what is the heat source?

    Ellen,

    I am not an "ingineer" nor do I desire to be. I do believe that Jim Stewart has a good product. Coordination, logistics, and the proper ventilated space to produce shot (lead around humans, especially kids) have me moving cautiously.

    Raffaele
     
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    I hear the peepers in the yard. You did this at night.
     
  10. scott k

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    pans are from wallmart, never had them stick. try dropping your pans up side down. thay fall right out for me. let them cool about 15 min before dumping.

    the pot is 8" pipe with a heat shield, propane turkey cooker.
    6qt cast iron pot workes good also.

    yes at night, the only time i have to do anything other then work.


    scott
     
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    I brought this thread back up so anyone that didn't see the smelting video would have another chance.
    Ellen
     
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    Scott, great job guy! I think some of my shot was made using that stuff you spooned off to the side!! :) Thanks guy! Hap
     
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