My version of the Horace Kephart knife!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter View Post
    Thanks everyone!
    Looks excellent to me. I've kept a few leaf springs around in hopes of making some knives in the future. Like the sheath too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SidecarFlip View Post
    Looks excellent to me. I've kept a few leaf springs around in hopes of making some knives in the future. Like the sheath too.
    I would like to forge one, but I need a bigger anvil!
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    Excellent...form follows function!
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    Nice knife!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter View Post
    but I need a bigger anvil!
    If you can make a knife you can make an anvil.
    A piece of forklift blade makes a good anvil face.
    I tac some on the flat bottom of railroad track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by needsmostuff View Post
    If you can make a knife you can make an anvil.
    A piece of forklift blade makes a good anvil face.
    I tac some on the flat bottom of railroad track.


    I have a couple of nice anvils made out of RR track... & another bigger one found in the road & another from a swap meet &... anvils seem to accumulate once you get started (sort of like kids, guns & dust).
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    Looks great. A job well done that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Injunbro View Post
    ...I have a couple of nice anvils made out of RR track... & another bigger one found in the road & another from a swap meet &... anvils seem to accumulate once you get started... .
    Sounds like the start of another thread.

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