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    That was an awesome video...didnt think i was going to watch the whole thing but I did. Time to go salvage my axe from the garage I guess.
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    i am bummed my work computer wont let me see the pics.

    saving a very common hatchet is nice work.

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    Well lobster-lord... there should be some action pictures by now! :P
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    Nice video! I had contacted the mfg a while ago to see if they would rehandle mine and no go. I prefer the feel of wood anyway. We should be able to rivet the original back-plate back on, and how about rivets through the handle to help keep it from coming loose?

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    I completed this project a while ago, but have been pretty slack at posting pics of any kind, anywhere. I had taken on a few too many projects around the holidays and only got to take crappy cell phone pics of the finished product.
    I did some fiber spacers in varying colors, an african blackwood "ferrule"-if you will, and brazillian cherry for the largest section. I used some "speeding bullet" mosaic pins from Jantz on the bottom plate. I even made a saya type sheath for it. Was fun to do, but I'm gonna stick to knives.
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    That's awesome. I really like the sheath. Also SHINY

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    Looks Solid Chris!
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    Looks very nice

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    That is too cool!

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