Tower Cluster Buster

Don’t know if anyone used the term already, but Tower Cluster Buster (TCB) is what I’m calling this gem.
http://s865.photobucket.com/albums/ab21

On the left is the TCB it weighs in at about 5oz. (140gr.) as opposed to the 3oz. (84gr.) typical TB shown on right.

A friend suggested using this fruitcup for a mold
http://s865.photobucket.com/albums/ab21
It worked out really great as they pop right out of the cup and easily re-usable. Also, this cup gives the TCB the enlarged shape of a 45ACP hollowpoint which I’m rather fond of.

This turned out to be a good way to use some of the oversized crystal points I had. I generally use the smaller ones in TBs. http://s865.photobucket.com/albums/ab21 … 070901.jpg

And so the TCB was born.

I’ve wanted something maybe a little stronger to deal with multi-tower sites because it feels like they need a little extra love being all in a cluster and such.

An interesting side-note was that I had stacked up the cups on top of the CB and it seemed to draw in some rain clouds. If under the cloud you got wet.
http://s865.photobucket.com/albums/ab21

Good job Al! I thought I was the only one that used lathe cuttings. Most of the time there so long and a tangled mess that one has to spend time cutting them up with diagnol cutters.

Brent

Oh you recognize the stuff eh? Yep, the local trade school is a great source. Just bring safety glasses and introduce yourself…

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