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New deer hair packer name #13142940
05/03/19 04:20 PM
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Iíve started a contest to name my new deer hair packer that Iíll be launching later this year. Whoever comes up with the name that I use will receive one for free. In case of duplicates of the winning name whoever posted first will receive my new packer.

Please just keep throwing names at me. I need a name that easy to remember and catchy.

Thanks
Greg Stine

Full disclosure Iíve posted this on another forum.

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Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: Greg Stine] #13144698
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Does anybody on here tie deer hair bugs?


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Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: Greg Stine] #13145802
05/06/19 05:42 PM
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The hairballer.

Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: Greg Stine] #13149779
05/10/19 12:09 AM
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How does it work?


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Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: Greg Stine] #13150376
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It works similar to Cohenís Fugly packer. You can watch that being used on YouTube. The Fugly packer has a strong spring to hold it open and bridge from one side to the other. Itís very hard to close down on the Shank (like a hand exerciser) and the force to pack the hair comes through your fingers. My packer has a weak spring just to hold the jaws open and the driving force goes through the palm of your hand which means less effort and more force. The fugly is steel which is much heavier and can cut your thread. Mine is a light weight polymer that wonít cut thread but is rigid enough to last for years of heavy use. I believe that anyone who ties hair bugs will want this tool.

Greg Stine


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Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: Greg Stine] #13151297
05/11/19 07:16 PM
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The Better Bugger Builder

Maybe just the Better Bug Builder so folks won't think it's for tying Wooly Buggers.

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Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: Greg Stine] #13151431
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Originally Posted by Greg Stine
It works similar to Cohenís Fugly packer. You can watch that being used on YouTube. The Fugly packer has a strong spring to hold it open and bridge from one side to the other. Itís very hard to close down on the Shank (like a hand exerciser) and the force to pack the hair comes through your fingers. My packer has a weak spring just to hold the jaws open and the driving force goes through the palm of your hand which means less effort and more force. The fugly is steel which is much heavier and can cut your thread. Mine is a light weight polymer that wonít cut thread but is rigid enough to last for years of heavy use. I believe that anyone who ties hair bugs will want this tool.

Greg Stine

I watched the video and can see how yours is a better design. Sorry i dont have a name for it but would like to know where i can get one


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Re: New deer hair packer name [Re: gar1970] #13152093
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I should have a production run finished by the end of June. Iíll post a notice here at that time with a link


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