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    Senior Member Crothcipt's Avatar
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    I sat in a demonstration with Jerry Rados last summer on how to make the Turkish twist. I love how the end result is achieved, never would have thought how it was done. Excellent work as usual Bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    I sat in a demonstration with Jerry Rados last summer on how to make the Turkish twist. I love how the end result is achieved, never would have thought how it was done. Excellent work as usual Bill.
    Thank you. This was a forging demo at a hammerin this last year.

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    Yes I went to a Abs hammer in Troy Oh. Was a good turn out.
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    That is a cool looking knife and handle

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    That's some psychedelic damascus.

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    lovely, Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by neelesh View Post
    lovely, Bill
    thank you.

    And thank you all for the praise

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    really nice. i like the way the damascus pattern blurs near the front edge. Somehow, a purely symettrical pattern is a bit boring and makes it look like the blade was stamped out in a production run. Have always liked Bill's work and the high point of my life would be to visit his shop one day

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