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10. closing up the rest of the seam.

10.jpg 9. Using the tool on the left, hammering on the nose to make it more rounded.Thumbnails11. SIlver-soldering the seam. Those cheap Walmart "visegrips" really come in handy for things like this. I have put a U-shaped piece of brass in between each clamp and the snake to protect it.9. Using the tool on the left, hammering on the nose to make it more rounded.Thumbnails11. SIlver-soldering the seam. Those cheap Walmart "visegrips" really come in handy for things like this. I have put a U-shaped piece of brass in between each clamp and the snake to protect it.9. Using the tool on the left, hammering on the nose to make it more rounded.Thumbnails11. SIlver-soldering the seam. Those cheap Walmart "visegrips" really come in handy for things like this. I have put a U-shaped piece of brass in between each clamp and the snake to protect it.9. Using the tool on the left, hammering on the nose to make it more rounded.Thumbnails11. SIlver-soldering the seam. Those cheap Walmart "visegrips" really come in handy for things like this. I have put a U-shaped piece of brass in between each clamp and the snake to protect it.9. Using the tool on the left, hammering on the nose to make it more rounded.Thumbnails11. SIlver-soldering the seam. Those cheap Walmart "visegrips" really come in handy for things like this. I have put a U-shaped piece of brass in between each clamp and the snake to protect it.