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More Knife Photos Are Posted On The Ga. Custom Knifemakers' Guild Website: Click HERE

And Additional Pictures From Ga. Guild Meetings Can Be Found On Knifenetwork.com

 

A Day At Sandys

On Dec. 17, 2009 several of us were lucky enough to spend a day with Martin "Sandy" Morrissey, Master Leather Craftsman. Pictured from left to right, Doug Adams, John Costa, Rick Lowe, Randy Scott, Carl Rechsteiner, Sandy Morrissey and myself. Photo courtsey of Doug Adams

 

February 2010 at Twin Blades in Statesboro

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May 2010 at Don Tommey's shop in Columbus

 

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* The Carbon Content Of "HC" Railroad Spikes Ranges Between .20% and .30%.
For Photos Of Different Spike Head Markings, Click HERE.
 
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