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Thread: Some past work..Axes and tomahawks..

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    Very nice work!!Beautiful stuff

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    Looks very nice. What's the head weight on your SFA? Hatchet? Thank you
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    wow those are amazing

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    Those pieces look perfect in every way.

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    What beautiful hawks! I will have one of those one day. I will.

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    I have one of the wrap and weld hawks -- it throws well and came sharp enough to do a credible job of chopping and splitting.

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    That curly maple is sweeeeet.
    Swift like wind. Silent like forest. Attack like fire. Mind still like mountain.

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    Slick. I like the deer track cutout on that hunter's axe.

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    Those are really nice. I like the dark wood handles especially the curly maple ones.

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    Lisa is a wiz with curly maple..She really has the patience to work with it..I taught her how but shes better at it than I am,LOL

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