Does this count as stacking?

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  1. Cind3r

    Cind3r Active Member Silver Stacker

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    I just bought some fine silver wire for a home project and wondered if using this and keeping it in stock counts as stacking :)



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  2. sammysilver

    sammysilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    That's stretching the point.
     
  3. Cincinnati

    Cincinnati New Member

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    How about spooling?
     
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    iceblue Well-Known Member

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    Yep.
    Back in the days of pirates some gold bullion was formed into a wire and bits were removed for trade. Looked almost like a spring/coil stretched out.
     
  5. Cind3r

    Cind3r Active Member Silver Stacker

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    yay im a stacker and a spooler
     
  6. sammysilver

    sammysilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Back in the days of pirates they had a gold earing, so if they drowned and were washed up on shore, there would be money to bury them.
     
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    Cincinnati New Member

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    So should I be stacking or spooling? ;) Damn this just got tough.
     
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    3 spools is a stack. I pity that spool :D How much is it for the 108.5gram?
     
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    RetardedMonkey Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Excellent.

    Something to tie together my silver brick house.
     
  10. Cind3r

    Cind3r Active Member Silver Stacker

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    $116. I think its cheap for a fabricated product.
     
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    Cind3r Active Member Silver Stacker

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    i also got a 1mm thick 200mm long 10mm dia sterling silver tube for $23
     
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    Load of Bullion Well-Known Member

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    Are you fr**king kidding?!!!. This is just a wind-up.
     
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    Is it .999 Pure?
    Many years ago I used to use 4% Silver solder for welding 'brazing' copper fittings to copper pipe. Had it sitting on the parcel shelf behind the seat of the work ute. Each 'rod' of solder was about 0.9m long & about 2mm thick, and it came in a box of about a hundred from the likes of Tradelink
     

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