Hand Tools

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What to look for... *LINK*

John in NM
Soft refractory fire brick. It will work far better & safer than concrete or clay brick, and is vastly cheaper than hard refractory brick. It will slowly break down under propane temps, but I've seen people get years of casual use out of a soft brick forge (they had them at a couple shops I worked for years ago).

The link is just an ebay auction, first thing that google barfed up.... I've not much time to look for better suppliers this morning, but the link should provide a general idea of cost & appearance.

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