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IronRainForge

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Experimenting with some cooking tripods. I’m curious about what styles other smiths have found to be popular for re-enactments, etc.

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Looks good.  I don't make them, but like looking at them.
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Looks good.  I don't make them, but like looking at them.


Thanks! I usually just like eating from them, but thought I'd give it a go since there is a rendezvous up the road from me this summer.
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Thanks! I usually just like eating from them, but thought I'd give it a go since there is a rendezvous up the road from me this summer.


That's great!  The best way to make something is to use it. 


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Beautiful background landscape... I'm jealous.
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Set up as a "tripod" I see no way to hang a pot. Other than that it looks good.

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IronRainForge

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Set up as a "tripod" I see no way to hang a pot. Other than that it looks good.

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Here's a (rough) pic of two different tripods with S-hooks attached.  
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Thanks. Now I see.

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