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One of the most basic tools to build
Pick a large straight piece of hardwood
Easier to handle one-handled than the staff.
1. Short, smaller staff.
2. Needs to be long enough to cause damage
3. Straight-Grained hardwood is best
1. Simple club with weight on one end
2. Straight-grained hardwood is best
3. 3 feet long
4. Wrap lashing
5. Split end to lashing (7-8 inches, 4 beyond stone top)
6. Lash securely above, below, and across stone
7. Bind Split end tight to secure stone
8. Fork of 7-8 inches, 4 beyond stone top
9. Lash crotch of branch fork
10. Lash top of fork
11. Tighten around stone
12. Must be an inch in diameter
13. Shave to half inch in diameter about 10 inches on end
14. Find 4 lb stone with “pecked groove”
15. Wrap shaved end around stone
16. Lash down on handle
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