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Here is another knife from my forge! This one is also forged from the leaf spring of a 95 Chevy ( 5160 or equivalent) Cutting edge is 6 1/2 inches long, poured pewter bolster, elk antler handle, steel peen, wrought iron butt cap with the tang peened over! Blade has a patina to give it a antique look. Razor sharp!! This is a keeper guys!! Within continental US $300 gets it to your door!!

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Wow that’s a keeper. Very nice work.
Thanks Jeffery!! Most the time I will sketch a blade out before I start forging. Sometimes I will even then transfer that to some quarter inch plywood to see how it feels in the hand. Forging the steel out to the pre-drawn shape doesn’t always come out 100% :) But this time I hit it right on the head!
 
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