Torpedo bottle holder DIY.

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Robbie, are you taking orders?? ;)

Exceptionally suitable design for the application - well done!
I like it too. The solder should have been brazed copper. I used metal work solder. It is thicker and doesn’t run as much as other stuff. That and plenty of flux. It is actually really strong now that it is all together. I was and am still surprised how strong. Thanks for the compliment and if I do make more I might post one and see how people respond.
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I like it too. The solder should have been brazed copper. I used metal work solder. It is thicker and doesn’t run as much as other stuff. That and plenty of flux. It is actually really strong now that it is all together. I was and am still surprised how strong. Thanks for the compliment and if I do make more I might post one and see how people respond.
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Dibs on the first one off the artisan's bench!

Alas, I have but one torpedo bottle, but here is my theory: If I buy 10, the bottle gods will fill them...
 
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