Need Some Help

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    I have been trying to find a blacksmith to forge me three tomahawk heads. I have carved the handles and want to finish. I live SC and would be willing to travel a bit to find what I am looking for. If anyone knows where I could a blacksmith I would appreciate it.

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    Try the on line yellow book for farrier services or horse shooing, if that don't work then try your local community collage or high school metal shop, you never know
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    Try the on line yellow book for farrier services or horse shooing, if that don't work then try your local community collage or high school metal shop, you never know
    Thats a good idea never thought about that.

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    Check out www.anvilfire.com. Also, any historical reenactment type places are good places to find blacksmiths: I was one for a short time at Mabry Mill along the Blue Ridge Parkway (the *other* guy there knew what he was doing), and there were blacksmiths at a few other Virginia parks I visited as well.
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