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....way beyond my skill level but interesting.

http://www.outdoorhub.com/news...-from-an-old-wrench/


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That's awesome!
 
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Wow! That was cool.

(the trailer of the MERU movie that popped up first was just as cool)

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Originally posted by Gatogordo:
....way beyond my skill level but interesting.

http://www.outdoorhub.com/news...-from-an-old-wrench/


Come on now, it's a simple forging job, just the fact that it was a wrench makes it interesting. Smiler


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Come on now, it's a simple forging job, just the fact that it was a wrench makes it interesting.


Exactly right

I would have been a lot more impressed if he had made a wrench of a knife.

Having made knifes and forged some tools it really is not that hard.

One just need the imagination and the willingness to do so.

The hard part is making master pieces.

This also shows how reticules the stupid I am going to ban edge weapons laws are.

Give me a grinder and almost any reasonably sized piece of steel and I'll make a very useful and deadly weapon in a few hours if not less.

Might not be able to skin 5 pigs with out dulling but it well slice chop and hack very well for a bit.

But when I can walk into wally world and buy decent knifes for around 30 bucks

Why bother.

This stuff is interesting and fun but it isn't worth my time doing.
 
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that was cool.
 
Posts: 5744 | Location: NY, NY | Registered: 28 November 2005Reply With Quote
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That guy copies Logan Pearce. https://www.facebook.com/loganpearce01
That is his facebook page.


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Jerry he does has some nice stuff there
 
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P dog, yes he makes some interesting pieces. Everything from rebar, wrenches and horse shoe knives to fine quality silver filagree daggers with more than a thousand pieces to it.


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