Tomahawks

ChuckBurrows

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Same pipehawk - Side 1 and 2 of the drop
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An couple of upper Missouri war axes
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Another pipehawk - Side 1 and 2 of the drop
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The wrought iron and steel used for the head on this one were picked up along the Oregon Trail in Wyoming circa 1974
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Another pipehawk - Side 1 and 2 of the drop
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Before it got all the fancy bead work added
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Another pipehawk - Side 1 and 2 of the drop
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and last one for now - the excellent head was forged by Stuart Willis - one of the best - www.swillisforge.com
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Stuart Willis

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Here is a few.

First one a traditional looking spike
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Another spike with a little pewter added to the handle.
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A plain pipe with no moulding or embellishments
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A hammer poll
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pipe with curly maple and pewter
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And a reforged ball peen hammer
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