Some past work..Axes and tomahawks..

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  1. Lisa West

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    A standard hammer poll hawk forged from 1060 steel..Poll and bit heat treated..
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    A hatchet forged from 1060 steel..Curly maple and edge cover..
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    Another hatchet..
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    Small forest size axe..19" long, mild steel head with welded in 1075 bit..
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    A wrap & weld hawk, basic with straight grain haft..
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    A bag axe forged from wrought iron and W2 bit..Three piece forge welded construction.
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    hammer poll hawk and curly maple..
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  2. Lisa West

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    Another hammer poll hawk..
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    Hammer poll hunters axe, special order..With a deer hoof cutout..
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    Wrought iron bag axe with belt sheath..
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    A riflemans hawk with baldric sheath..
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    Bearded axe..
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    All of them are very nice wow!
     
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    wow, really amazing work! thanks for sharing with us :)
     
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    That is some great work!!!
     
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    That's some beautiful grain patterns...
     
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    I love your work! True artisans here folks!
     
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    I like that bag axe!!
     
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    I want one of those hatchets. :)
     
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    Some very nice looking work there!
     
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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.
     
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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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    Very impressive work........Uncas
     
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    Sniff, sniff.....I smell a future purchaser very close to me!!!!
     
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    You have mad skills.
     
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    Beautiful work, I love the curly maple handles....may not be as tough as hickory but they sure are more pleasing to the eye, and for short axes more than adequate I'm sure.
     
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    I'm really digging that hammer poll hawk and the small forest axe. I'll take them.......oh, wait this isn't a sale thread.
     
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    Outstanding !!!
     
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    Those axe heads are just wonderful. Great job!
     

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