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    Forgecraft Conversion

    After a year of sitting on a handle I got from Stephan through Dave, and an old Forgecraft from Son, I was finally able to get a little work done on this thing.

    Here's a before picture:

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    And here are a couple after pictures: (You'll notice I still have quite a bit of thinning to do. Doing everything by hand, besides removing the tang and cutting the handle, was quite time consuming)

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    Hope you enjoy!

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    Great job!!

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    Great looking forgie!

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    Process

    I'm new to this, but running across forgecraft and other old knives.

    Please let me know the process you used to restore this knife.

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    Georgeous

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    that is quite the transformation

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