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    Winter Break Forgecraft Project

    Gifts for family and friends, but I got a real belt and disk grinder for christmas so that made things much easier.







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    daaaang, you're spoiling your friends and family. They look great

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    Great job!

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    My cleaver's blade looks like that, but the handles sure don't. Nice job.

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    Wow, been busy! Nice style!
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    Looks good! Where do you buy your pins?
    Have a knife day!

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    Love'm

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    excellent job
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    Nice.
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    Awesome (from a fellow forgie nut)

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