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Jim Pierce

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  1. When I first saw the pattern I though of a seax.
  2. I've had a dagger fetish since my youth, and this is amazing, thank you so much for sharing.
  3. I was doing a viking ax last week and let the beard get away from me, I wish it looked this good.
  4. WOW, this is going to be amazing!
  5. I have one and it has worked out well for me. I only have a 1hp motor for mine and an inferior VFD and still am happy with it.
  6. Thank you for showing us mortals that through hard work and perseverance we can all get better.
  7. I'm really liking the look of that dagger, nice job Josh. Thanks for sharing.
  8. The eye section is forged down to around 1 1/4 ". Still a lot of work though.
  9. There are going to be some very lucky people in Arkansas. Such a beautiful collection. thanks for sharing.
  10. Punched it and then drifted it. I got lucky, but there were a few in the class that didn't and it was a lot of work to fix it. Started one the other day and not getting that lucky this time.
  11. Thanks, we just used a 2"x 5" x 3/4" and it was hard keeping the eye centered.
  12. Very nice, I took a Viking ax class in November and really impressed on me how much forge time it takes to make an ax with only hammer and anvil. What size was the starting stock for the Dane?
  13. That razor and scales go together beautifully. Thanks for sharing.
  14. Real nice. Question tough is that a plunge line in the second picture?
  15. Thanks Sam, will start at 450 for 2hrs. On the next one.
  16. Very elegant. Nice work as always.
  17. Dead man's hand and you dead nailed it!! Your blades are always inspiring. Thanks for sharing.
  18. Definitely would not want to be on the angry end of this! Beautiful work, thanks for sharing.
  19. You might call it a "simple using knife", but whoever has it in their hand will enjoy the job much more for having it.
  20. Sweet, function and beauty, a wonderful combination.
  21. The craftsmanship and dedication to pull this off is amazing. Thank you for sharing and your explanations.
  22. Only a six pounder? What a wimp. I could only imagine what your hand shake must be like!!! Happy to hear the worst of the weather missed you, and thank you for sharing your great work.
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