Mathews Inc.
Stone age tomahawk
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
badguybuster 19-Jan-20
hdaman 19-Jan-20
Thornton 19-Jan-20
wesleywalker 20-Jan-20
KSflatlander 20-Jan-20
Pop-r 20-Jan-20
samman 20-Jan-20
Habitat 20-Jan-20
t-roy 20-Jan-20
badguybuster 20-Jan-20
Bou'bound 20-Jan-20
Fuzzy 21-Jan-20
From: badguybuster
19-Jan-20

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Just finished this one up. Im unsure of the actual stone, it was in a huge batch of stone i ordered off ebay. The handle is hickory from a broken sledge hammer shaft. Glued with pitch, 2 layers of bear sinew and then a couple wraps with synthetic. This one is for show as i did not but much of an edge on it.

From: hdaman
19-Jan-20
Neat little project!

From: Thornton
19-Jan-20
I've always wondered how much abuse they'd take chopping trees

From: wesleywalker
20-Jan-20

wesleywalker's Link
Do not lose the opportunity to finish your homework on time to spend you time on more interesting things.

From: KSflatlander
20-Jan-20
Very cool project. How many man hours do you have in it?

From: Pop-r
20-Jan-20
To each his own I suppose. I can't imagine wasting my time on that.

From: samman
20-Jan-20
Very cool. Nice work.

From: Habitat
20-Jan-20
wesley walker and Pop must both be spam,nice work

From: t-roy
20-Jan-20
Very nice buster! Did you knap the edge of it as well?

From: badguybuster
20-Jan-20
About 5 hours and yes, its a knapped edge. Just not as sharp as i normally do.

From: Bou'bound
20-Jan-20
Quality work

From: Fuzzy
21-Jan-20
nice!

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