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kevin hopkins

charred wharncliff

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here for your consideration is a simple wharncliff with charred red oak handle and copper pin. 8 1/8 inch overall with a 3 1/2 inch blade and about 1/8 inch thick at the teak of the main bevel with a diamond cross section <>. also some coin rings I've started playing around with. let me know what you guys think good, bad, indifferent.

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I forgot to mention this was forged from a 1 inch ball bearing.

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I like the look of the knife a lot. I've never forged anything from a ball bearing, tough stuff I'm sure. The coin rings are fun to make.

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thanks Donnie, once you get the bearing from a ball to a disk the goings not so bad. these should be something like 52100 or there abouts

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