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Old 06-09-2018, 10:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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A friend who wanted a sword for a group he is in came by and we did this in about three days (3 very long and very hot days) Working a forge in the Arizona summer is hot work. Anyway sword is about 4' long the handle is local juniper. Just keeping busy I guess.....
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Looks like an interesting project.
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Wow! That is excellent!.....when will we see you on “Forged in Fire”?
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That’s pretty awesome. Being a desert rat myself, I can appreciate the hours spent working in this heat. I quit by noon and I’m nowhere near a forge. I commend you for being able to go through with the job in these temps. I don’t really drink myself but if you do you certainly deserved a cold one afterwards.
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Not going to happen that is above my pay graced

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Jay you know it is hot when you drink over a gallon of of water and gator aid combined and don't take a leak all day sweat it all out
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