Rasper77

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About Rasper77

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  • Location
    Beaverton, Oregon
  • Interests
    Woodworking, Blacksmithing, Sca Heavy fighting
  • Occupation
    woodworking, remodeling.
  1. Its envirotex and there are a few other brands. We coat our horns with it and 5 years later still good. Not sure how well it would attach to metal.. I would sand it a bit first. Might work.
  2. I was over at a friends house working on armor and he asked if I had any use for this.. Of course I said yeah! He said the guy who gave it to him said it was from a large drive shaft.
  3. Rasper77

    Followed me home

    Very heavy 5 inch wide 17 inch tall shaft of steel. Guy that gave it to me believes it was a drive shaft.
  4. Rasper77

    Followed me home

    Very heavy 5 inch wide 17 inch tall shaft of steel. Guy that gave it to me believes it was a drive shaft
  5. I hear there made from mild steel, and sometime tool steels. If you dont know, try a spark test. If its mild water/salt water would probaly work, if its a higher grade probaly oil You need to figure out what it is first. That would be my understanding, someone correct me if im wrong.
  6. Love my Diamondback as well..
  7. only takes about 5 minutes if that to put it together
  8. I got the artist version.. works great.
  9. My friend got a bunch that was L6.. REALLY hard stuff.. Makes great armor:)
  10. I just got one of there forges today. I just ran to Mutual Materials and got 10 firebricks and it seams to be working great. If you need to know of places to get it send me a msg. Welcome to IFI
  11. My first vise spring was made of mild and I just shaped and clamped.. still works great after 2 years. My newer vise I made the spring out of a section of truck spring. There very basic.