[font=calibri]I'm relatively new to the forum, but can't begin to tell you how addicted I am to calling turkeys. I have an interest in call making; it's been mostly box calls up until now. I have an interest in turning some pots for slate/aluminum/ crystal calls (the slate/aluminum/crystal have been purchased). I've been seeing some really nice looking calls and wanted to ask a couple of questions. I have some experience with a wood lathe; turning strikers, pens, bowls, and small vases... In the past, I've taken a large piece of material and turned down an end down to be secured in a Nova chuck and proceeded to shape from there. To minimize wood waste, is the intended pot material being glued to waste wood and then turned? Can any helpful hints be offered?
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