Quality work

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  1. bdcochran

    bdcochran

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    https://winklerknives.com/collections/axes

    This is for all the knife makers in the forum and those consumers who want to see examples of the best.

    I am humbled by the quality of the work. I restore knives/hatchets/axes and other tools that are primitive by comparison. However, it is a pleasure to appreciate the design work and understand it.
     
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    I am not a knife maker; however, I do have a nice collection of knives, hatchets etc. I also restore old garden tools and cutting instruments. The folks at WK really do some impressive work! the subtle edges on some of those axes, the fit looks excellent - no gaps, nicely fitted to the axe head curves.

    I have never heard of these folks, but they do display some really nice work there!

    Thanks for sharing.
     

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    I handled a Winkler belt knife in 3V a couple of weeks back, it was super nice in every regard!
     
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    A job worth doing is worth doing well, quality is never an accident.
     
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