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First go at one if these, just too cool not to try.

 

had some issues that were mostly as a result of rushing or not paying attention but I’m happy with it over all. 
 

Would like to make another with some twists and stuff. Inlay on the socket would be cool too but I only have so much patience!

 

wrought socket and core, wrought and mild teeth, en42j and 15N20 edge.

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Far out,James.

Super honest,clean forging...Love those welds on wings...Excellent job,congrats on going the distance on a project of such scope and complexity...

Far out,James.

Super honest,clean forging...Love those welds on wings...Excellent job,congrats on going the distance on a project of such scope and complexity...

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Yeah, I like that a lot. I'd also like to see a closer-up pic of that bade. It does look pretty.

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19 hours ago, Alan Longmire said:

So, how'd you manage welding on the wings?  Are they pinned, tacked, or just freehand in the fire?  I'm both curious and somewhat jealous...B)


a little mig weld that I ground off afterwards! I did it in gas but I think I might have managed it without if it was in coke. I mean they might not have ended up in the right place of course!

 

I’m afraid I don’t have any pictures of the blade but here’s another, yes it’s got little gaps!

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Thats really cool. Fantastic work

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