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    Some traditional tools...

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    Great tools and a way cool picture, Alan!

    That holdfast has a graceful charm and looks like it could go from a light hold to pretty strong with the amount of spring its got.

    Thanks--Mike
    Wenzloff & Sons Sawmakers

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    Cool stuff Alan. Please keep us posted! If I remember correctly, you just recently started with blacksmithing. It looks like you are really getting the hang of it!

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    one question alan, do you find banging on hot metal as therapeutic as using a sharp tool to cut a board?
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