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Hello everybody. I am not knifemaker. Sometimes I am making axe heads but most of time - fire strikers. If it not fit for forum I am asking moderators to remove this post. But maybe it will be interesting to somebody. English is not my native. I make grammatical mistakes. Main material for my fire strikers - high carbon steel У10А ( similar to 1095 steel ) All my fire strikers from high carbon steel  usually water quenched without tempering.   This is the last one - "Bakunava". Bakunawa is a creature of Philippine mythology. Dragon that eating the Moon. Cause of lunar eclipses.

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Fire strikers "Troll cross". High carbon steel and mild steel. All parts joined together by soldering. Solder - brass.  

 

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Damascus steel fire striker. Black stripe - high carbon steel.

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Fire striker "Drakkar".

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Fire strikers that are made with using forge welding.

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Fire striker pendant "Thor hammer"

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Fire striker "Nails". High carbon steel and old soviet era nails.

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Fire striker from high carbon steel and mild steel. All parts are joined together by soldering.

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Welcome!  I particularly like the first one. 

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Very nice work 

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Thank you.

Damascus steel fire strikers

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Really nice work,  Vladimir.                      

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You have a steady hand.  I like the first one with the creature eating the sphere.  Did you braze/solder the sphere in or is it a punch?  Very clean work.

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