btw, "boiling water" aint cool.........luke warm is better. not all gut is the 
same and you need to keep an eye on it til it's just right. Some only needs a 
half hour to soak.....some needs 2 hours.....all depends.

Subject: [VFB] Re: in case
Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2009 09:47:52 -0800

Spoken by a man who has done just that!

Neville (Nev) Gosling
Greater Vancouver,
B.C. Canada 

From: [] On Behalf Of 
iain short
Sent: November 10, 2009 9:42 AM
To: VFB-new
Subject: [VFB] Re: in case

Naaaah, twisting is easy. Nail in a bench gut ends knotted.  other end knotted 
or loops on a cup hook, hook turned in electric screwdriver.
soak gut first in boiling water to soften then twist.  leave overnight to dry.

Subject: [VFB] Re: in case
Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2009 02:44:04 -0700

Not a bad idea Iain.....but i'd still have to twist it right? And actually, i 
think i'm prolly set for life at this point.....i've got alllllllll kinds of 
gut now, from a whole lotta sources and 90% of it is already twisted. Twisting 
is not the's the time involved to do it. Time........the 
most precious and hard to come by thing we got...........nowhere near enough 
of............Damn shame we need to sleep. 


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