Recent content by antigoth24

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    San Mai Camp Chopper

    I thought I might share a recent build of mine, this has been a side project for the past month or so in between paid work. Let me know what you think! Specs: Overall length 18 inches Blade: wrought iron over 1084/15n20 damascus Hardware and pins: bronze Handle: fossil mammoth ivory...
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    For sale: 50 lb little giant!

    Sold!
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    For sale: 50 lb little giant!

    Well, unfortunately I will have to say goodbye to my favorite hammer of the past few years. I am relocating my shop from Minnesota to Massachusetts and need to sell this hammer. I have owned and used this hammer for two years in a professional shop setting with no issues, it is in great running...
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    Wrought Iron! All Grades and Thicknesses!

    Busted Knuckles, I sent you a PM but if my inbox is still not work feel free to shoot me an email at wildernessironworks@gmail.com
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    Wrought Iron! All Grades and Thicknesses!

    I just finished sorting and grading all of this wrought iron and have decided to offer some of it for sale. At the moment I have around 1200 pounds for sale. This is in all variety of sizes and priced per piece. Each bar within a group does vary slightly so if you are looking for an exact...
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    Relic Kwaiken

    Thanks BrandantR Price drop: $225
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    Relic Kwaiken

    A recent one I finished in my "relic" series of utility knives. This one was forged from W2 with textured bronze scales. Please send me a direct message if you have any questions. First "I'll take it" gets it. Specs: -Steel: W2 -Blade Length: 3 1/2 inches -Handle Length: 4 1/2 inches - Scales...
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    Artifact Damascus Hunter with Fossil Walrus

    This knife was done in collaboration between Robert Deker and myself (we met on the season finale of Forged in Fire last year), with Deker making this crazy pattern and then me making the knife. The billet is a version of "go-mai" with the outer jacket being made from pure nickel and wrought...
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    Hunter Collab with Fossil Walrus

    Hey guys it has been a long time since I posted, but I thought I would share some recent work. This knife was done in collaboration between Robert Deker and myself, with Deker making this crazy pattern and then me making the knife. The billet is a version of "go-mai" with the outer jacket being...
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    Collaboration Camp Chopper

    This knife was done as a collaboration between myself and Jason Kraus of North Star Forge. I forged, heat treated, polished, and did the leather work while Jason did the grinding, base polishing, and handle work. This knife is pretty unique as it bears both of our makers marks. Please PM me any...
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    La Brea Bowie

    Thanks for the kind compliments guys. Mark my knives wouldn't look half as good without your fantastic wood you provide. :)
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    La Brea Bowie

    For those that missed the WIP thread for the knife here is the finished piece. The name La Brea referers to the tar pits where a number of mammoths have been found over the years. Stats: Blade: 12 inches long Handle: 5 1/2 inches Material: Damascus and fossilized mammoth ivory Sole Authorship...
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    La Brea Bowie Build

    Thanks for the comments guys, knowing that everyone runs into these problems is one of the few things that often keeps me from tossing a project out the window. Kevin, the six pins in the frame will be placed into holes that only go halfway through the ivory hence the hidden part of the name...
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    La Brea Bowie Build

    Yeah finding a flaw always sucks, but I 'd rather find it now than the customer find it later. Unfortunately today ended up being a lot of fiddling which I hate but finally everything is now fitting back to where it should be. And now I have the opportunity to change aspects I wasn't so...
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    La Brea Bowie Build

    Well yesterday was a slightly major back, but I will get to that more later. At this point the knife and hardware are successfully heat treated and on to clean up. But first for a quick test of the knife. A 1 x 6 pine board: And a complimentary arm shaving picture: I also test chop...
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