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I'm in awe.

Thanks for posting that, it is inspiring to see work of this caliber.

George Ezell, bladesmith

" How much useful knowledge is lost by the scattered forms in which it is ushered to the world! How many solitary students spend half their lives in making discoveries which had been perfected a century before their time, for want of a condensed exhibition of what is known."
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Beautiful work

Ben Potter Bladesmith

 

 

It's not that I would trade my lot

Or any other man's,

Nor that I will be ashamed

Of my work torn hands-

 

For I have chosen the path I tread

Knowing it would be steep,

And I will take the joys thereof

And the consequences reap.

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Incredible work!

 

love the crazy pattern and original unique grip style.

 

top notch stuff! thanks for sharing :)

I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness,

nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend"

J.R.R. Tolkien

 

 

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That, sir, is some fine work! :blink: I see not one booger in that steel or those grind lines.

 

I hoist a beer in your direction. B)

Thanks Alan,

Yes, the steel did come out very clean and just so you know, no belt sander ever touched that blade. all shaping was done with files and stones.

Surprisingly, that fact did not add very much time to the process. It in fact was much more relaxing.

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Wow, awesome job, I love it

J Anderson R

 

" Fools live to regret there words, wise men to regret there silence"- Will Henry

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Man, that's ...... it's the most......damn!

 

Sorry, I'm too choked up to type.

Hammering away at reality.

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Great work JD, very very cool. Plus the fact that you didn't use a grinder.

Let not the swords of good and free men be reforged into plowshares, but may they rest in a place of honor; ready, well oiled and God willing unused. For if the price of peace becomes licking the boots of tyrants, then "To Arms!" I say, and may the fortunes of war smile upon patriots

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