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It's a point chisel. It's used for removing large bits of stone. It's about 8inches long there
Been ages since I last posted anything but just a quick one to show you a could of recent aquisitions and a tool I made for a stone carving...
No news is good news as they say
Ha, I came back to 325 pages of new posts. Did a skim read.
Not really, I've been working, init. How is everyone doing? I'm ashamed to say that I haven't even visited the site for quite some time. In the...
Mine arrived a while ago but I've been too busy to let you know. Great kit, though my jumper is currently stretching on the back a chair. Svelt...
I managed to sort an international payment out via my internet banking. Though I needed quite a lot of info from Martti (full name, bank address,...
Dougster, if for some reason mine doesn't fit, you can have it.
Happy birthday chris, eat cake and that!
Ah right, so it's a stuff sack with the ridgeline going right through (I can see a hole in the end above)? Nice idea, that.
That's terrible news. Ian was a great to help to me on more than one occassion. Really don't know what to say.
Did Shaggystu get this? If not... could I?
Hardened, tempered and ground. Give her a sharpen and leave it at that I think.
Next project: Kiridashi I reckon
I'm left handed, so if you find yourself with a wrong-un you can always pass it on to me!
Cheers Chris that line is nice on the bevel, the one on the other side is RIGHT on the edge and a definite crease, not line. Ne'er mind!
Nice one, I like to think that I'm better off having read what you've posted.
Here we go, started the bevel a bit on the sander, a bit with the file. It's a bit wide at the moment around 27˚. It's hellish going. Hope I...
Blacksmiths used Lamb fat traditionally to quench. I've not tried it yet though. I will.
Cheers Chris, I'm all about the 'navian.
Next project is a kiridashi though