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I wanted to update info on the Rhino anvil I bought from Steve McGrew of Incandescent Ironworks in Spokane, Wa. It was a no brain error as I live in Spokane and I was able to use of exercise before I bought it. However....I have been using it for over 4 years now and would say I have over 5 thousand hours of forging on it. It is still in fantastic shape and has no measurable wear or "saddle" forming. And yes I used a machine straight bar and feeler gauges. Honestly I feel like this anvil is under priced at $1260.00...knowing what I know now I'd happy pay $1500.00.
Rhino anvils are now made in America, near Spokane, WA. Their composition is a "nickel chrome" alloy, (nickel/chrome/molybdenum/manganese/carbon) used for making rock crusher liners. It's a very tough air-hardening steel, which allows the hardness to be HRC 52 all the way through.