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Who needs to buy tools when you can make your own! This book has descriptions on how to make the most common tools you will use to make just about anything you need. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Dave Larrabee
Bought with the intentions of picking up a new hobby, but the illustrations, clear, easy to understand descriptions and bits of history interspersed makes it an interesting book to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Magill
got as a gift.
one of those books that should be read every two months by an aspiring smith.
seeing something new each time. Read more
Making new tools out of old and setting up shop is easier than you'd thinkPublished 4 months ago by Steve
Wealth of knowledge on real world applications. Black and white tables or diagrams for heat treat and spark testing is not ideal but gets you in the general range.Published 4 months ago by James buchanan
Fantastic book with so much great information. A joy to read for those interested in blacksmithing. A must have in a smithy's library!Published 6 months ago by MTR