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Very nice Robbo...

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Nice stuff Robbo!

 

The finest screen I have for making dry sift is 180 micron so don't get the best kief out of it but I combine it with decent oil to make a nice black hash that smokes well and really kicks butt.

 

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On 9/26/2017 at 7:24 PM, LabRat said:

Nice stuff Robbo!

 

The finest screen I have for making dry sift is 180 micron so don't get the best kief out of it but I combine it with decent oil to make a nice black hash that smokes well and really kicks butt.

 

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looks  good , i saved up about a quater of the weight there (11g)  but it was of resin of a  bong lol , i gave it away made me sick lol  ,dont know how i could use to smoke that stuff when i was younger horrible lol  so glad i can go without now :) 

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It looks delicious that extración How about the smoke?

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