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Troy Christianson

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About Troy Christianson

  • Birthday April 21

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    Faribault MN
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    Knifemaking, Blackpowder shooting, BBQ-ing, pottery, outdoor activity, hunting, camping,

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  1. Troy Christianson


    Well done!
  2. Troy Christianson

    Germanic, iron age sword

    Some neat stuff.
  3. Troy Christianson

    Sheep Horn Cleaver

    Fabulous, beats my fatty!
  4. Troy Christianson

    Something I Am Very Proud Of

    Mama Mia!!!
  5. Troy Christianson

    Another axe head

    Well Done!
  6. Troy Christianson

    For Wade

    Another coup!
  7. Troy Christianson

    Frontier Hawk

    Well done!
  8. Troy Christianson

    american craftsmanship

  9. Troy Christianson

    Back to things I want to make!!!

    That's pretty darn swell Kip!
  10. Troy Christianson

    Neo Tribal full tang Axe

    From an addicted Axe-junkie. Well done!
  11. Troy Christianson

    A knife for Troy

    Nate's blade showed up in the mail yesterday. I've been wearing it all day! I had a class today at my forge/garage and I used Nate's knife as a sample of a consummate bladesmith. Only one negative comment from the bunch. A guy felt that it's handle was too small but he had paws the size of the Hulk so take it for what it's worth. I am one lucky guy to know a knifemaker like Nate.
  12. Troy Christianson

    My Latest

    Holy cow KT! You're a sheath-making dynamo......and Wade's no slouch either.
  13. Troy Christianson


    KT asked me to post a photo of a hawk I recently hammered out for him from a ballpien hammer head. Here it is. Hope ya'll like it.
  14. Troy Christianson

    Cleaver for KT

    I've found alot of very nice wood on pallets. You can't make anything substantial out of the amount you can scavenge but for handle scales it is a bonanza!
  15. Troy Christianson

    Cleaver for KT

    Finished a cleaver for KT. Winter has finally released it's grip and I can actually work in the garage without wearing my Carharts. Forged from a truck leaf spring and handled in curly maple from a scrapped pallet! Buddy at work asked why I was ripping apart an old pallet like a rabid beaver! Now you know. I just love free wood, especially when it's this nice. Now I must get it off to KT so he can work some magic with leather! Sorry for the lousy photo but I am camera poor for the present and am using my crappy cellphone!