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Raymond Richard

Hunter and a Chopper

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I've had the small hunter done for a week or so and just finished up the bow tie ax today. The hunter has a 4" 52100 blade, salvaged steel and wrought iron fittings and a sambar stag handle. 8" overall. The ax has a 1065 head and oak handle. 

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Nice!  I really like the hatchax.  Slit and drifted, or wrapped?

 

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Slit and drifted. I've done a few wrapped full sized hawks. Might be able to do a tiny single bit ax but can't wrap my head around to do a double bit ax head.

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I love both of them, well done!

Never heard of a bow tie ax before, what's it's use?

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Great work Mr Richard; I love that hunter, but then again, that goes without saying.   I always love how your knives do not have ricassos, and are better looking for it.

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That is a tiny ax!  Beautiful work, as usual.

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