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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf_1989 View Post
    Just need a wooden shield xD. Awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arathol View Post


    Love that little double bit. Who makes it ?

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    hey fellows, though i am an 'axe man' at heart, i actually do have an old CS trailhawk i 'did up' about 2 1/2 years ago...
    its nothing special, but i think it looks alright...
    memphis, dont worry... i only have ONE...
    thanks for looking... enjoy...







    Last edited by bearhunter; 04-07-2012 at 08:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinStick View Post
    Love that little double bit. Who makes it ?
    Thats made by Devin Price, the guy who took over the 2Hawks name. Great little chopper too.

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    Bear, M3mphis may disagree, but I'm glad to know there is hope for you. I love axes, but find a monogamist relationship with them is impossible. I love almost all edged tools and can not get away from the sexy lines of hawks. So many sharp things to love and so little time.

    Howard

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    Here's a few. Most of these have been posted before but it will keep the thread at the top until hopefully the Mods make it a sticky.

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    Robin


    This is a 3 1/2 pound Swedish Banko I grabbed for 10 bucks in a local junk shop. Nice original handle and a great cutter.
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    A Walters cruiser from the last run before they closed after over 100 years.
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    A spike hawk I made from a model T leaf spring and another with it's cover.
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    My Grand daughters purple hawk ;-)) Model T leaf spring.
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    Big spike, small blade with all it's gear.
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    Spike hawk through an old axe handle for a haft, rawhide painted covers.
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    One of my throwers in 1095, walnut haft and a Big coffin handled bowie with an Elm burl handle.
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    One of my personal hatchets..1018 body and welded in 1095 bit..


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    stripped SOG fastHawk



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky View Post
    One of my personal hatchets..1018 body and welded in 1095 bit..

    I think I'm in love Would you consider making another one of those? Perhaps on a slightly longer helve, say 14"? If so, please PM or email me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearhunter View Post
    hey fellows, though i am an 'axe man' at heart, i actually do have an old CS trailhawk i 'did up' about 2 1/2 years ago...
    its nothing special, but i think it looks alright...
    memphis, dont worry... i only have ONE...
    thanks for looking... enjoy...
    Quote Originally Posted by HandAxeProMan View Post
    Bear, M3mphis may disagree, but I'm glad to know there is hope for you. I love axes, but find a monogamist relationship with them is impossible. I love almost all edged tools and can not get away from the sexy lines of hawks. So many sharp things to love and so little time.

    Howard
    Now, Fellas, I don't have anything against hawks! I simply think they are vastly inferior to hatchets for three very objective reasons:
    1. I don't have any hawks.
    2. I suck at throwing them.
    3. Have you looked at the hawks that guys on here are making??? What if I got into hawks? I'd be royally screwed, that's what. For me, it's better they remain art to viewed and not touched.

    I've been thinking about getting one to try out for quite a while now. I just have a hard time sending a single dime to cold steel (sorry, just how I feel about it, not trying to poke the bear). What's a good and cheap substitute?
    Last edited by M3mphis; 04-03-2012 at 10:36 PM. Reason: I can't count to 3...

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    For a little more money vs. Cold Steel, check out Fort Turner. 100% hand forged, the old way, you know with an anvil and hammer

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    Robin, stunning work as always, wow. That Banko always make me envious!

    Kentucky, that hatchet is spot on. Phenomenal work.

    thrillbilly, that is probably the best looking Becker I've ever seen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wood Splitter View Post
    For a little more money vs. Cold Steel, check out Fort Turner. 100% hand forged, the old way, you know with an anvil and hammer
    I like the Camp and Trapper pretty well.

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    Did you guys ever see this one from Kentucky? His pic from sale thread.

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    Here’s a picture of my Tracker Dan tomahawk whit my Libre Knife.
    I always love looking at your work Pipman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3mphis View Post
    Robin, stunning work as always, wow. That Banko always make me envious!

    Kentucky, that hatchet is spot on. Phenomenal work.

    thrillbilly, that is probably the best looking Becker I've ever seen!
    thanks! that one's my ''baby'' for right now(until my next knife comes in lol). you should check out the Becker sub-forum...been some VERY nice looking mods coming out lately! If all ur going on is what they look like stock...ur in for a treat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3mphis View Post
    I like the Camp and Trapper pretty well.

    There's also these ones, they're made in India and I can't find a single bit of info on them but they're cheaper than the CS hawks and you can buy them separate from the haft.
    http://www.black-bear-haversack.com/index.php/cPath/220
    Last edited by xamllew; 04-04-2012 at 03:24 AM.

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    Winkler R&D Hawk by ilksurfer, on Flickr

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    Pipeman, NICE work. You are most talented. Love the sheaths as well. Great designs. Regards

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