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Burnett C

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    Alamosa, CO

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  1. Thank you Frosty I love the shear idea. With having 6 feet I might use a single plate with hardy holes for twisting and obviously holding hardys then use the rest I think for a brake for my sheet work and the shear you mentioned. I made a wise choice joining the forum. Tons of experience from all walks of life.
  2. Thanks for the responses guys. I'm sure I can put it to use. Maybe stack, weld, and purpose for striking anvil. (Great tip on hardy holes BTW)
  3. Hello, I'm new to the group and have only been smithing for about 4 months but have used this forum for about a year for research and development in building my single burner ammo can forge. I have a question about steel type however; I just recently picked up a 6'x4"x1/2" tractor bucket cutter edge from our facility manager and I am wondering if anyone has any info on the types of steel used in these products. There are no stampings on the piece and I haven't had any luck with google.
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