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About Tubalcain2

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    Three-Quarters Horse
  • Birthday 06/01/2000

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    Santa Fe Tennessee
  • Interests
    blacksmithing, playing any instrument i can get my hands on, shooting, arguing with c1toolsteel about anvils, going way too fast on a 4 wheeler, shoeing, riding, and getting beat up by horses. (not all at the same time.) (usually.)

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  1. New hydraulic forging press WIP (pic heavy)

    Me want 1 2.
  2. Identify this anvil

    Tail is thinner than those on Colombians I have seen. Doesn't strike me as Swedish either. That dealeo on the side is throwing me for a loop, too.
  3. A few of my recent attempts (Photo Heavy)

    Man, nice blades! keep it up!
  4. What Did You do in the Shop Today?

    Vous l'avez assez proche, mon ami.
  5. What Did You do in the Shop Today?

    Dieu merci pour google traduire.
  6. What Did You do in the Shop Today?

    pardon, mon ami.
  7. What Did You do in the Shop Today?

    Touche, mon amie.
  8. What Did You do in the Shop Today?

    Thanks Guys! C-1Toolsteel was good enough to put an edge on it for me. Sharpening is not my forte'.
  9. What Did You do in the Shop Today?

    Didn't do it today, but here is my latest blade. Quite the hefty 'lil shaver. I'm starting to improve...
  10. My opinion is concrete all the way. I have had concrete caravel and dirt, and concrete is the best hands down. You can put thick rubber mats in the places you will stand a lot (in front of the anvil etc.).
  11. layout /work tables

    Do the top 10 say anything about coveting your neighbor's hammer collection? Real nice tables. I only have 1 smallish welding table and I wish I had more. The time will come...
  12. Yeah, and some Fishers. Hard to find good Swedish steel.
  13. Replaced by A.I. ?

    I saw this topic and it through me for a loop for a second. When you were raised on a farm AI has a bit of a different meaning.
  14. Here we go, knives 3 and 4!!!!

    For a beginning knife maker I would suggest a halfround bastard, a wide single-cut for drawfiling, and a smaller flat bastard. Just to start, of course. you can not have to many files.I have 25 or so and could use more. Nicholson files are good, Simmons are also good. Just remember you get what you pay for.
  15. Who's made a set of spurs?

    I love um. Super job.