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Isaiah Lake

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  1. What would be the best way to heat treat 1092?
  2. Welcome I love your husbands work.Glad to see you taking interest.
  3. I think I know how we can work around that rope in the center.
  4. I pulled hundreds of feet of cable out of the woods and there is still miles back there. I have tried unsuccessfully to weld some but recently read a tutorial and I`m ready to try again.
  5. Wow !That's awesome.Where did you get a hold of that dumpster?
  6. That`s awesome love the handle and fittings alot. Happy zombie chopping.
  7. I have a retort that usually holds a 50-75% yield. It is a 50 gallon drum on a frame with black iron pipe running out of the lid and then underneath it. It is insulated with sheets of steel and dirt. We build a fire underneath and after a while the gasses from the wood inside the barrel, witch is pine, flows through the pipe and out the holes that are drilled in two side of the pipe. At this time no more fuel for the fire is needed because these gasses work as the fuel. Caution hot
  8. Would it work if you were to unravel the cable to take out the rope and then twist back together?
  9. Impressive you`re a really patient guy.http://forums.dfoggknives.com/style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif I`ve never seen handles done that way.
  10. I was wondering if anyone has done a micarta tutorial and if not would somone please do one?
  11. What do you think I could sell it for?
  12. Mathew pay attention to what you post as well as general things around the forum like "the no pollitics rule".

  13. blade-6 1/2'' overall-11 1/4 I'm not sure what kind of steel but it`s pretty mild. I was wondering if some of you more experienced bladesmiths would appraise my knife?
  14. Wish I could have gone. Looks great.
  15. Im a boy scout and I hope to make a blade that great for myself one day.
  16. Most of the material I use is found.When spark tested most of it is pretty high in carbon.
  17. I also use a hair dryer for my bellows.
  18. Nice job real good for a first.
  19. yellow in two minuites is ok.you should learn to work with the steel before you try anything serious.work with some smaller stock first.try making something simple like a wall hook it helps to learn the steel first.
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