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Phil Ullrich

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About Phil Ullrich

  • Birthday 05/29/1968

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  1. Making a Scabbard With a Veneer Core

    Excellent! Does that model aircraft wood work well for sword-sized scabbards?
  2. Photos from an Elk hunt

    Looks like great times, thanks for sharing!
  3. Broken back style sax sheaths: fittings, stitchings and suspension

    Thanks for info and pics! Not much information on suspensions then
  4. UlfsmóðR - The Wrath of the Wolf

    Well done! So many great details
  5. Two seaxes

    Very nice work!
  6. If you happen to want to sell those bare blades think about posting here, please!
  7. SOLD Pattern-welded Seax

    Glad you like it Stephen. It was sold off another forum and I never updated here, sorry about that.
  8. WIP: Langes Messer

    Love it!
  9. Camp Chopper

    Very nice, looks effective. What are the dimensions
  10. These things are at Hill St antiques in Red Wing, MN. The Peter Wright anvil is 250#, others smaller. Not my shop or anyone I know just thought possibly something interesting to someone here.
  11. Iron Hand . Norse single edged sword.

    Pretty nice blade...LOVE the handle and fittings! Seriously though I'm going to use the etching idea.
  12. Getting Married

    Well done, Jerrod!
  13. Seax WIP

    That's amazing, Matthew !
  14. Viking knife ( in Work )

    Very good!
  15. Gjermundbu helmet

    Yes! Great work!
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