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Thread: Blade Show 2017

  1. #1
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    Mar 2010
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    Blade Show 2017

    Nothing is finished yet, but a lot in the works. I have two tables again this year, with the plan being one for forged work and one for stock removal.

    Small forged knives:



    Large forged knives:



    My eye-catcher is, of course, the post-nuclear barbarian sword, with a 21" blade and 33" overall length.





    And hopefully I'll have some stock-removal Little Roks, Benghazi Warfighters, and mini-parangs, as well as tomahawks.





    James Helm - Proud to be a Neo-Tribal Metalsmith scavenging the wreckage of civilization!

    Helm Enterprises, Forging Division - www.helmforge.com

    Helm Enterprises, Grinding Division - www.helmgrind.com

    A collaboration with Wasteland Leatherwork: The Wasteland Crow Project

  2. #2
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    Got my mid-tech stuff powdercoated and took it to get my touchmark laser engraved this morning at JB Knife and Tool, who will be my neighbor in the San Antonio colony.
    Here's a Woodsman 'hawk getting frickin' laser beams shot at.

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    James Helm - Proud to be a Neo-Tribal Metalsmith scavenging the wreckage of civilization!

    Helm Enterprises, Forging Division - www.helmforge.com

    Helm Enterprises, Grinding Division - www.helmgrind.com

    A collaboration with Wasteland Leatherwork: The Wasteland Crow Project

  3. #3
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    Making progress. Got a mini-meat cleaver and a pair of o-tantos ready to epoxy the wraps.



    James Helm - Proud to be a Neo-Tribal Metalsmith scavenging the wreckage of civilization!

    Helm Enterprises, Forging Division - www.helmforge.com

    Helm Enterprises, Grinding Division - www.helmgrind.com

    A collaboration with Wasteland Leatherwork: The Wasteland Crow Project

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