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  1. I thought I'd jump up to the plate and post this as a beginner's challenge project along the lines of what was discussed in another thread. The blade is flat ground O-1 (use whatever tool steel you like) dropped point, has a partial tang and a frame handle design. The guard is a single branch copper design (use whatever guard material you like) has a stabilized wood and vulcanized paper spacer package with ironwood scales over a copper frame and copper pins. With all the materials, use whatever you like. This is not so much about duplicating the knife, but duplicating the knife making techniq
  2. I was looking around the forum and i see tons of talent in this place i'm starting to learn some new names cool inivative ideas and masterful craftsmanship, on the other side of things i see a lot of smiths that are "up and coming" new to the craft and some that are just having trouble trying to do too much work with not enough tools. On this i thought i'd pitch you guys the idea of a challenge board. some of the new guys can post things that can be like a monthly or weekly challenge for the newer guys depending on how its arranged. i was thinking a knife every month and maybe a different
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