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Primitive Technology–Primitive Forge Blower

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“The Elite are Masters of the Basics”

“The elite are masters of the basics.” Wherever this sentence came from, it is profound. It certainly applies to knifemaking, as well as every other discipline. It leads directly to the next question: “What are the basics?” In the cutlery … Continue reading

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Semi-Primitive, Grinderless Scandinavian-style Full-Tang Knife Project

This project began a year or more ago.  Every now and then, a knifemaker gets an urge to get away from the belt grinder, and try to do something the way an ordinary person with limited equipment could do it–relatively … Continue reading

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