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    Not much to say about it. I had an old hatchet head laying around that was formerly used as Halloween decoration. I restored it and gave it a new handle.


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    Ray, I really enjoy your videos and I imagine you get a great deal of satisfaction restoring these tools (and making the videos which are always clear and look great).
    My only concern is that I wonder if you're fitting the profile of one of these loner types whose only interaction with the outside world is via the internet, and you are amassing a stockpile of lovingly crafted but lethal weapons before running on some mass murdering spree through a university campus or school!
    Tim

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    LOL Tim i cant tell if youre being serious or not hahaha

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    nice video! i was interested the whole time very cool

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    Thanks for the warm words but I can also take critique if you find some. Be assured I won't rush out to hurt somebody

    @Tim: Just in case it wasn't a joke (because we all know things can happen these days especially on the Internet) - I have a lot of nice real world friends, a caring family, a loving fiance, a proper full time job with a bunch of friendly colleagues and I am an extremely patient and peaceful person. There a very few people who have a more stable background than me I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXLRay View Post
    Thanks for the warm words but I can also take critique if you find some. Be assured I won't rush out to hurt somebody

    @Tim: Just in case it wasn't a joke (because we all know things can happen these days especially on the Internet) - I have a lot of nice real world friends, a caring family, a loving fiance, a proper full time job with a bunch of friendly colleagues and I am an extremely patient and peaceful person. There a very few people who have a more stable background than me I guess
    .... and then there's the other side ... archery, bow making,,,, restoring hatchets .....arrow making
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    'No longer are the pleasures of Home Movie Making limited to those with ample funds. Now the man and woman of moderate means can join the sport'..... Kodak catalogue 1933

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    Oh have also been quite successful on a national level in martial arts during my youth :P

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    LOL
    I'm not sure I can find anything to be negative about, really. The only minor thing was the little circular metal wedge - where did that come from?
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    It came from the Internet
    You can just take one or two straight metal wedges just as fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXLRay View Post
    It came from the Internet
    I'm disappointed in you. I was expecting you to provide us with another video showing how you lovingly crafted it out of a piece of scrapped horseshoe or similar
    Tim

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