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  1. Hello all! Finally something ready. Couple of new Puukkos. Two of them are made of 80crv2 steel, Brass and Turkish walnut and I have to say that first one is good piece of wood. And there is one Birch bark puukko too. All blades are mirror polished. Hope you like them Lauri
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  2. Update: SOLD Recently finished up this little Seax. The blade is made from a W1 edge, a 1095 and 15n20 twisted bar for the center, and 150 year old wrougt iron window par for the spine. The wrought iron is fairly corse and shows a distinct pattern. The blade is approximately 4", the handle 4.125" A sheath is not included, but I can make one upon request. Price is SOLD plus shipping. If you're interested, send me a PM or go to the etsy page here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/498881227/pattern-welded-broken-back-seax-knife?ref=shop_home_active_1 Thanks for looking
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  3. Here's a tanto forged from 1075 steel for show and tell. It's an "osoraku field tanto" with a copper tsuba, rayskin wrap, hardened paracord ito, and lizard menuki.
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  4. Dear Bladesmithing Brethren, I have finally finished this sword and sheath. It has been a labour of love... as it's the first sword I've made for myself! There have been disappointments, failures and the chape for the sheath was the most irritating thing I've made so far I think. In all, I'm very happy with it and I am looking forward to it being on the wall in my mancave! As always, comments and criticism welcome, James
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  5. Hello this is Bernie again posting for my relative teypohsweepeehltseen "bo" who does not have access to internet. Introducing "Teypohs'keemeechpahtlahnee" (iron bat/iron flying mouse) up for sale. A small compact 9 1/2" clip point traditional dueling knife hammer forged in a clay charcoal fired forge from recycled d2 die steel. A very difficult task working with d2 steel in a charcoal fired forge. One of the only 3 knives bo has ever made from scrap steel made of d2/Die steel and those will most likely be the last. "Teypohs'keemeechpahtlahnee" was forged to have a heavier 4mm tang and
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  6. Great to see such unique interesting quality work. Love this and really look forward to seeing more f his work. Rob
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  7. Nice, Bernie! There is so much going on with the blade, handle and sheath, and all of it interesting! Look forward to your next post!
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  8. Outstanding artwork in both the knife and the sheath. Doug
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  10. You're welcome, Bernie. Bernie posted his relative's knife in another forum, where it received nice, but limited input. I suggested he post here, as I thought this group would be appreciative of such cool work. I'd love to see the shop where this neat package was created, and meet the man who did so with such primitive equipment.
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  11. Wow! That's really imaginative, and cool! Love it!
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  12. Beautiful blade and sheath the patterns are amazing. I cannot wait to see more of his work. Please post a link to the website
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  13. whoa-ahhh !! anymore pics of the blade ?
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  14. Just need to put a final edge on it, and I'm done! Figured I'd do something a little different. My entry is a small herb chopper/ulu inspired thing. Laminated wrought and unknown ~160 year old spring steel. Making a sheath for it now. Can't wait to see the drawing! John Edit- just saw the drawing is already out! Cheers everyone for another awesome KITH!
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