Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Colton, Oct 31, 2017.
Not a resto but a sweet tomahawk
Sheath looks killer.
here so their not annoying attachments
Norlund on 27" handle. Handle dyed with ash and boiled linseed oil. Check out that wedge!
Just in case I haven't said it already, I love your works. They are totally inspirational.
This is my favorite piece to date. It's nothing fancy, not rare or high-end. But it was my grandfather's, and to me, that is everything. It's got the same handle and patina that it did when he had it. All I did was restore the handle and sharpen the bit. The best part are his initials stamped right into the head.
No name head
Bent handle was straighten using heat, no water or steam
Handle was treated with boiled linseed oil and then a coffee/walnut stain
Leather mask that was handstitched plus uses brass Chicago screws.
And a mighty fine thing to have. I have enjoyed looking at your work for a while. Glad to see it here now.
Great!! Now I'm shopping for an axe
Something somewhat pack able. Not a full size tree felling axe but a little bigger than a hatchet I think.
Let me guess, you sell them too?
you know it! Everything I have posted here was for sale at one point.
Boys axe. Whats your budget? Do you want new or restored?
What a whore...
You know you want some