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  1. Thought I'd drop this here
  2. Hello, I am looking for recommendations on books that discuss raising. Anyone have the names of good ones I could look for? Thanks in advance, Eric
  3. Hi, I would like to tell you all about a new book about the viking sword that hit the market not long ago. It is called; Viking Swords. Swords and Social aspects of Weaponry in Viking Age Societies The book is written by Fedir Androshchuk. The book is only listed at one webshop, I think. Can't find it at other pages when google it. Here is the book info; "The Swedish History Museum, Studies 23. Stockholm uppl. 2014. 700 s. Inbunden. 25x19cm. 2000 gram. Nyskick. This book contains descriptions, dating and study of the social aspects of swords in the Viking Age society. The book comprises a catalogue of 832 Scandinavian swords, including details or fragments of swords. The finds are ordered according to provinces and parishes. Each catalogue entry is presented with a code for the province and a number for the sword." Link for bookshop: http://www.bokborsen.se/Fedir-Androshchuk/Viking-Swords-Swords-And-Social-Aspects-Of-Weapon/3953132 I ordered the book just a few days ago, I will give you a review when I get it. To order the book I suggest for those of you that don't speak Swedish to just email the author directly. Just send me a PM if you want his email adress. (Since I have not asked the author I will not post his adress for evryone to see.)
  4. "broke bladesmith" is working title. It's only in the last six months-year that I finished getting the basic tools necessary to begin bladesmithing, so as it's fresh in my mind I began writing this, to help out beginning bladesmiths to get the tools they need to start making knives, as well as a chapter on basic heat treating. The closest thing to this, I suppose would be "The Fifty Dollar Knife Shop". I still need to add photos and diagrams, and this is the rough second draft, but I've finished the largest stretch of it. Any newbies are welcome to use this as you may, just don't distribute it off of this forum please. For the pros and other bladesmiths, would you mind reading through small parts of this and giving me correction or better tips or what I should have said instead? I'm not looking for grammar or spelling mistakes here, just correcting of any mistakes or misleading things I may have said. Thank you all very much, Caleb.Brokebladesmith.pdf
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