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Plumb DB on 33"
Chisel grind integral hawk made by me
Nice! Woodworker approved!
Very cool. I like the idea of prototyping with a 3d printer and you've done it well here. I think the blade could use a little more weight...
:0 A steal at the price, and four "i'll take it"s in less than two minutes from the posting!
I don't like being the guy who ignores your question and gives unsolicited advice, but IMO to get a good handle, you are already going to have to...
I'm fond of the general shape of the head, but from those photos, the handle and steel both look very poorly executed and finished.
handle profile is absolutely perfect, blades look killer!
It looks cool. I would use the hell out of it, and if it breaks prematurely I might send it back.
I'm for it!
Holy hell, I didn't see how lightweight it was when you posted this thread. Look out SFA...
Feasibility of mig welding in a new bit on something like that? I'm thinking of trying it with some 5160 scrap, maybe cutting a puzzle piece...
Loving the symmetry
Wow that killing axe is something else!
Nice chopping. These Rinaldi axes are so attractive, I really like that subtly curved handle, too.
I'm not going to try and make the fool's argument for using a chisel grind of limbing. That's what my...
You probably already know this, but the proper method here is to swing directly in line with gravity while holding the workpiece at the proper...
The broad head is slicing it's way into a solid mass of flesh, unlike cutting something apart, it is actually going to have to slice its own path...