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Everything posted by Donnie

  1. Congratulations on your win. Well done, sir.
  2. I have a couple London Pattern anvils. My favorite anvil and the one I use, is a 4'x4' stump anvil from, Old World Anvils. For a while I even used a 12" piece of 1 1/4" square seated in a hole in a stump, just for the heck of it. I don't use the horn or bottom tools, just hammer and anvil. So, for me, all that is used is the hammer face and about the same area of an anvil. To each their own, but as previously mentioned, there has been an awful lot of ironwork produced throughout history on anvils no bigger than a mans fist.
  3. Donnie


    Take care of you and yours. Hope it's not too bad.
  4. Top shelf work, as always.
  5. I buried my wife on January 11, of this year. She was my whole world. I wish there were some words that could ease your pain. Make the most of every moment.
  6. As usual, Alan was right again. Well done, sir. And Thanks for posting.
  7. I like the look of the knife a lot. I've never forged anything from a ball bearing, tough stuff I'm sure. The coin rings are fun to make.
  8. That's something, I have never thought of. Looks good. I like it a lot. Well done, sir.
  9. Well done. Best folder I have ever seen.
  10. Always a pleasure, to view your work. Well done, sir.
  11. That is some nice, clean work. I wish you better luck with your next billet. Looking foward to pics of the finished daggers. I always look for your posts.
  12. Is there a fancy smancy bodice dagger hiding in that pile? I think there might be..........
  13. Cool curves. Don't forget to post pics of the finished product.
  14. I like these a lot. Curiosity got the better of me, so I googled "bodice".........I learned something today. Thanks Mike.
  15. Most of my work is finished when it leaves the anvil.I try use a grinder as little as possible. Thanks, for this tutorial. Very well done.
  16. I really like that one, Wade. I like to make hawks. I've only made the split and drift variety. I really like this one from top to bottom. I'm gonna have to try one of these. Thanks for posting this one!
  17. That is one beautiful knife. Two thumbs up, sir.
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