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    Italian Army multitool folding knife

    I made a video about my Italian Army multitool knife (full review). its features are: straight, plain edge; sheep foot point; can opener; flat screwdriver; marlin spike; lanyard ring; bakelite handle scales; carbon steel; spring retention system. more info in the video.
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    how I clean casted lead balls ammo

    ...and this is how I clean lead balls ammo that I cast. for me is the best and quickest method.
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    aluminum mould for slingshot lead balls ammo

    I don't know where to find such a cheap mold. however I enjoyed building it and learned something new so I'm happy anyway
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    aluminum mould for slingshot lead balls ammo

    I had been wanting to make a mould for lead balls ammo for a long time. I made a first attempt with a piece of aluminum for 6mm lead balls but it didn't work very well. however, I understood my mistake and with another (larger, flatter, more parallel) piece of aluminum I made a good mold for 8mm...
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    anvil stump

    the original stump of my anvil was too big in diameter. uncomfortable to move and above all it did not allow me to be as near to the anvil as I like except by placing the anvil itself on the edge of it rather than in the center. so I decided to put it aside for now and use the old stump of my...
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    push knife

    I'm not a fan of push knives as well, they are not so vesatile as a normal knife and are dangerous if you handle them improperly but I wanted to give it a try. I'm really glad you like it. Thank you jaxxas!
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    push knife

    with the steel bar obtained forging a rail road clip I made a single-edge push knife. handle scales asymmetrical also in thickness of chestnut briar. brass pins and black-forge finish.
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    the bearded axe project

    thank you to everybody for your comments. I really appreciate them.
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    the bearded axe project

    I found a 700gr hatchet in a market that had an elongated and teardrop "eye" for the handle with a beatiful shape. I took it with the idea of modifying it and obtaining a bearded one with the addition of a steel beard obtained from the leafspring of a truck thick enough to be forged. then I cut...
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    Peddinghaus anvil - cleaning and testing

    well, fit... it is smaller than the pritchel hole so can be inserted there but it can turn and has some play all around. as suggested by Chris the best option could be to use it in the post vise or make ad adaptor for the hardie hole
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    Peddinghaus anvil - cleaning and testing

    as promised I have a couple of pictures of the anvil and hardies
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    Peddinghaus anvil - cleaning and testing

    ok, I'll take better pictures and post them here
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    Peddinghaus anvil - cleaning and testing

    yes, if I will understand how to use the little hardie I can clamp it in my post vise.
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    Peddinghaus anvil - cleaning and testing

    The cutter is a hardie and I know how to use it but the other one has a stem too small to keep it fixed in the hardie hole. and I don't know how to use it...
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    Peddinghaus anvil - cleaning and testing

    Ridgid and Peddinghaus are the same now. aren't they?
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