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Conner Michaux

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About Conner Michaux

  • Birthday 02/23/2005

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    Middleton ID
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    Everything and anything to do with metalwork, woodworking, greenwood carving, fire, camping, fishing, cooking, grilling, and target shooting.

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  1. Ameribrade 2x72 has arrived Tool arms get here soon. This will be a game changer for sure
  2. Coffee etch and a little oil.. very happy with it. My grinder finally broke down so no handle or any more knives for a while, but there’s an ameribrade 2x72 coming soon.
  3. Our recent camping trip led us to this hidden gem, followed by a little bit of cliff jumping
  4. I’ve had a little bit of time this week to work on these. The nakiri is twist Damascus getting a walnut crotch handle and I’m not sure for the paring knife yet.
  5. Thanks all I would agree it would definitely look better without the forged flats, but this one was just a test to see if I could forge and grind bevels evenly. This was my first attempt at a coke bottle handle and it turned out better than I thought it would.
  6. Past year has been busy, haven’t had tons of time for knives, but got this one done Old Nicholson file so probably w2 And curly pear handle, first time i ever tried a coke bottle shape besides a few minor issues, less than the previous knives though. onto the next !
  7. 1. Alex Middleton 2. Cory LA 3. Conner Michaux
  8. Shop tools sound like a great idea !
  9. Tonight I finally got around to forging a seax, it’s a smaller version of one I saw on Owen Bush’s website. I’m hoping it turns out to look like a real seax.
  10. Not in the shop today but I figure you all would be interested in this. This is what we learned at my school today This buck was fresh roadkill from yesterday night and my teachers took it as an opportunity to demonstrate how to process the animal. Unfortunately the organs ruptured and a good portion of the meat is spoiled. But everything unspoiled will be harvested and used. We will be learning how to tan the hide for the leather shop. And then process the head of this buck into a European mount for the blacksmith shop The coolest thing is that so
  11. These 3 are the best out of the 7 or 8 knives I’ve made. nothing impressive but I’ll get there eventually
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