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Amatuer knife making - revisited

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Mokwepa, Feb 6, 2014.

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  1. Mokwepa

    Mokwepa Member

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    Hi guys

    I started a post a long while ago but only recently built a new forge and picked up a hammer.

    Im loving the forging stuff and have a few blades i would love to make.

    Any way.

    Hi to Bikerdoc, HSO, 7x57 and a few others i forget (been a while). These guys tought me how to forge. Im no good but i like what i produce, guess thats what counts hey?

    Cheers guys.

    Dylan
     

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  2. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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    Good to hear from you again Mokwepa, That is some good looking work.
     
  3. hilldweller

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    your "no good" blade forgings beat the hell right out of all the ones that I think about but never try making!!! keep it rolling!!
     
  4. Valkman

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    Your work looks good! Keep at it and you'll improve with every knife.
     
  5. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    Mokwepa! Was wondering how you were doing and how the knifemaking was going. Looks like it's going well.
     
  6. Yo Mama

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    Spring steel?!?! Nice.

    I like your designs, and wish you the best.
     
  7. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    So how's the game biz?

    Many big game hunters in this economy or slower? (slower means fewer customers).
     
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