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Will weight tonight

On Mon, Apr 23, 2018, 3:25 PM Volu-Ingibiorg <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sabi: how much pewter by weight?
>
> Nesscia: if you're wanting to be super period a crucible and coal pan may
> be the way to go, but if you're just wanting to do pewter casting, I'd
> suggest getting an electric melting pot costing $35-$70.  Personally, I
> think it's a lot easier to deal with.  If you get the elevated kind with
> the spout on the bottom (like the Lee Production Pot IV) you don't have to
> mess with scooping the metal out with a dipper, and have less wastage
> because you don't have to go through the stuff that forms at the surface.
> (Some people have had spouts with a slow leak/drip, but I didn't have that
> issue.)
>
> -Ingibiorg
>
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