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US/Montana - Ed Caffery

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Ed Caffrey, ABS Mastersmith

 

Classes offered:

-3-day Basic Bladesmithing class

--day Advanced Bladesmithing (Damascus) class

-3-day Mosaic Damscus class

-Day by day courses on the students chosen areas of Bladesmithing/knifemaking

 

All classes are conducted one-on-one.

 

Location: Great Falls, Montana USA

 

For Complete information and pricing: See my website... www.caffreyknives.net/classes.html

 

Contact information:

Ed Caffrey, ABS Mastersmith

2608 Central Ave. West

Great Falls, MT. 59404

406-727-9102

Email: ed@caffreyknives.net

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I just did two days with Ed a couple of weeks ago. He is a fine teacher and I think the time and money was well spent. I was looking for a few tips and techniques to get me through the JS this year, I missed it last year. We worked on the specific things I needed and Ed found ways to correct a couple of issues for me. As I said, time and money well spent.

 

Geoff

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Hi Geoff!

 

Thanks for the kinds words! My main concern with the classes is ensuring the the individual gets what they need/expect. I'm looking forward to seeing you get that JS stamp this year!

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I had a chance recently to spend a bit of time with Ed, and his class was well worth the time and effort it took for me to make it happen. Ed bent over backwards to meet my hopes, and has tons more patience than many would. He has a great 'classroom', but made adjustments for tooling that I was more likely to use. From a beginner's point of view, highly recommended.

 

Take care, Craig

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