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    Quote Originally Posted by Pocomoonskyeyes3 View Post
    Beautiful slide show of your work Crash! Just wondering if you've done one similar to #15 but with a shorter blade? I really like the proportions of that one.(Always been kind of partial to drop and spear points) Also your "Ulu" variation skinning knife(for lack of a better term.) is really cool too. Looks like it could both skin a deer, and prepare dinner! You are like fine wine... just get better the further you go!
    If you're talking about the one with blue jean scales and the mosaic pin, not yet but plan to when I start back up.
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    Crash, you are doing some great work.

    That 48" L6 sawblade makes me envious. I was given one, had it cut into strips, moved south without it.

    I need some of that. Hook a brother up.
    I had a compass, but without a map, it's just a cool toy to show you where oceans and ice are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter View Post
    Crash, you are doing some great work.

    That 48" L6 sawblade makes me envious. I was given one, had it cut into strips, moved south without it.

    I need some of that. Hook a brother up.
    When I get back to using power tools I'll cut some for you. You just cover the shipping.
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    I'll do you one better and trade some handle sized antler crowns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter View Post
    I'll do you one better and trade some handle sized antler crowns.
    You've got a deal. I'll let you know when I can cut it up.
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    Awesome. I did use some of the one I had. Look closely at this fantasy axe. The back edge/spike is a tooth from the saw.

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    Default Yep, That's the one!

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    That came out great. I think the teeth on these are about 3.5" wide.
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    It's a massive axe. I threw it once and it knocked over my target.
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    Cool video, I have been wanting to do something similar, but don't know where to get started.
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    Quote Originally Posted by panch0 View Post
    Cool video, I have been wanting to do something similar, but don't know where to get started.
    I would recommend first organizing all of your knife pictures on your computer into one folder. Then just select the images you want and import them into Windows Movie Maker, add the transitions you want, and publish. If I can help, let me know.
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