FS: Westinghouse Ivorite Micarta stick

Buster8001

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Westinghouse Ivorite Micarta.
This stick will yield 4 one inch ferrules, and finish around 12.8mm. Better tooling may get the diameter closer to the 13mm mark.
$old shipped in the states. That's $old a ferrule - way cheaper than most charge. One guy I know through FB charges $150 a ferrule blank.

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deanoc

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it sounds expensive because it is expensive,but
if you have everplayed with these as ferrules thenyou will know
how good they play and it could easily be worth your money

I have payed more ,but back then the initial cost was negligeable
compared to the benefits.

I would buy these if I were still out and amongst them.
 

Buster8001

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it sounds expensive because it is expensive,but
if you have everplayed with these as ferrules thenyou will know
how good they play and it could easily be worth your money

I have payed more ,but back then the initial cost was negligeable
compared to the benefits.

I would buy these if I were still out and amongst them.

Thank you, Dean.
 

timothysoong

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it sounds expensive because it is expensive,but
if you have everplayed with these as ferrules thenyou will know
how good they play and it could easily be worth your money

I have payed more ,but back then the initial cost was negligeable
compared to the benefits.

I would buy these if I were still out and amongst them.

Dean is right, I have purchased a lot of them at more cost. Unfortunately my shafts are at least 13-13.2mm, otherwise I would've snatch them as soon as the OP posted.

One of the best playing ferrule ever! These are no longer being made!
 

Buster8001

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Dean is right, I have purchased a lot of them at more cost. Unfortunately my shafts are at least 13-13.2mm, otherwise I would've snatch them as soon as the OP posted.

One of the best playing ferrule ever! These are no longer being made!

Thank you, Tim.
 
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