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Doug Adams

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  1. The Guild will be hosting a knifemakers meeting on Saturday, October 21st. The public is welcome to attend. There will be forging demos and the opportunity to meet custom knifemakers and see handmade knives. Paul Brach, finalist from Forged in Fire, will be forging a hunting knife. Scott Garrison will be forging tongs. After the meeting, youth will have an opportunity to forge some metal. There will also be a raffle for a handmade custom knife and knifemaking materials. Location (between Carrollton and Villa Rica off Hwy 61): Koinonia 189 Sandhill-Hulett rd. Villa Rica, Ga. Coffee and sweets will be available in the morning and lunch will be served.
  2. Congratulations Gabe! Enjoyed watching the show. You did a great job. Doug Jn. 3:16
  3. Have you thought about using prebuilt chicken house trusses. They will give you more head room than your picture above. Doug John 3:16
  4. Thanks George, Are you going to Batson's this year? Doug Jn. 3:16
  5. Sounds good George, what kind of furnace do you have? Doug Adams
  6. Chris I am praying for God to hold you and your girls in his hands and give you a peace and comfort that only he can. Doug Jn. 3:16
  7. I guess you need to use a resist on the edge of the blade when using bleach and bluing to age a blade. I am afraid it will eat the edge away if I don't. What is the best thing to use for a resist to keep it from eating the edge? Thanks, Doug Jn.3:16
  8. thanks Chuck, Doug Jn. 3:16
  9. Thanks for the info Steve. Doug Jn. 3:16
  10. Does anyone have contact info for Gene Chapman? Thanks, Doug Jn.3:16
  11. Great Job Steve! I can't tell you how much I like that knife. It looks so good. Do the side pins on the saddle go all the way thru to the grove that the knife blade folds into? Thanks, Doug JN, 3:16
  12. I am very sorry to hear this news. I will be praying for you. Doug Adams Jn. 3:16
  13. It would be a lot of work and cost a lot for the rods too. Doug Jn. 3:16
  14. link to anvil repair: http://www.anvilmag.com/smith/anvilres.htm doug Jn. 3:16
  15. Thanks for the info men. I don't peen the pins on my knives normally. I am making an old time friction folder and I am going to peen the pivot pin. Thanks, Doug Jn. 3:16