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The international crisis, and the local farm issue (Leftie goverment and drought )made Me wait to take hollidays or go to Hunt somewhere this summer ($$$ issue), so in the meaning time, I tried to make some knifemaker work, just as a hobby, with all respect to the professionals of this art, and without triying, by far, to approach to Daniel Winkler´s knifemaker fantastic work.
I made two tomahawks & because most of You shared wonderful pictures of your works, that enjoy My time in front the PC, and gave Me nice ideas as well. I decided to post some pictures to share.
The first one is a Royal Navy type Hawk, dressed by the natives after trading with some reproduction´s fight marks and genuine old & naturals materials, and the last one is a more european trading sytle "Pipe tomahawk". They will decorate My trophy room under My only North American trophy: a nice Big Tatanka. In the meaning time I am improving My 500 S&W sight sistem and waiting the barrels to start building a big dangerous doble rifle 450 N.E. based in a Brno sxs shotgun, I hope You like them, Guille








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Posts: 883 | Location: Provincia de Cordoba - Republica Argentina -Southamerica | Registered: 09 May 2007Reply With Quote
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Very nice. Now you have to learn how to throw them and stick them. Smiler
 
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Those are some of the nicest I've ever seen! Excellent work and congratulations.

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Originally posted by Use Enough Gun:
Very nice. Now you have to learn how to throw them and stick them. Smiler


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Originally posted by calgarychef1: Those are some of the nicest I've ever seen! Excellent work and congratulations.
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Guys, Thanks very Much !!! , Kind words, I very aprecciatte Your comments and You like My modest work. Kind Regards Guille.


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Posts: 883 | Location: Provincia de Cordoba - Republica Argentina -Southamerica | Registered: 09 May 2007Reply With Quote
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Gorgeous work, Guillermo! So what do you smoke in the pipe part? Smiler


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Posts: 2894 | Location: Boston, MA | Registered: 04 January 2005Reply With Quote
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Guille...you are a master...you must come here with your tomahawks and we will go to the Apache reservation.... knife


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Posts: 4263 | Location: Pinetop, Arizona | Registered: 02 January 2006Reply With Quote
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How cool is that !!! thumb
 
Posts: 1464 | Location: Alberta/Namibia | Registered: 29 November 2004Reply With Quote
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I have to admit when i scrolled the first picture I thought, well ok.. another hack trying to make a tommyhawk..

But then holy sheeit... as good as I have ever seen.
Actually better.
Thanks for sharing.


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Thanks Guys..... Alls, very kind words from You, what next? Maybe a Samburu and Asegai spears.....


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Posts: 883 | Location: Provincia de Cordoba - Republica Argentina -Southamerica | Registered: 09 May 2007Reply With Quote
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When I get to Cordoba I will go to a leather shop and order a loin cloth for this Indian amigo of mine. Now he is going in the African direction.....he will make an Obama spear...dull at both ends..... animal
I told him he must wear that loin cloth with nothing underneath, native style. And when he jumps over thorn bushes, he must jump high, real high. Ayeeeeee....caramba!!! nilly


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Posts: 4263 | Location: Pinetop, Arizona | Registered: 02 January 2006Reply With Quote
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Muy bueno Gillermo.
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Posts: 358 | Location: Bahia Blanca - Argentina | Registered: 14 March 2005Reply With Quote
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Guillermo,

Hola!

You should take a look at these website. These guys really build interesting looking knives and axes.

http://styrefors.com/
 
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