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Old 11-21-2016, 01:24 PM
Toni Toni is offline
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Any recommended youtube channels?

So, youtube is pretty much filled these days with all sorts of bladesmiths doing all sorts of videos. Are there any recommended channels that showcase good techinque, teach good information, etc.?
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Old 11-21-2016, 01:57 PM
gkyle840 gkyle840 is offline
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so far this is the best video that I have found. for me his videos are easier to understand than most others.
walter sorrells
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Old 11-21-2016, 09:54 PM
K.Sweeney K.Sweeney is offline
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YouTube sites

Hello all;

I'm new to this forum but wanted to say hello and give my two cents on decent YouTube sites.

I have to agree that Walter Sorrells has a great site.

I also like a site called Crossed Heart Forge.

This master blade smith is from Canada and living in B.C.

He makes the most incredible knives and he makes it look so easy. His style is Japanese blade making and his work his beyond impressive.

If that is not enough, he tries to make his knives from reclaimed vintage and antique metals.....he even makes his own charcoal for his forge.

Again, just my two cents and nice to meet you all.
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Old 11-22-2016, 07:39 AM
WNC Goater WNC Goater is offline
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+1 on Walter Sorrels.

Also, I'd check out Ray Roger's very affordable and very informative video CD's he has available on here.

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Gloria In Excelsis Deo!!
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Old 05-10-2017, 02:25 PM
Greyfox76 Greyfox76 is offline
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Personally I like Chandler Dickinson. I find his videos easy to follow and he is just using coal (some gas), hammer and, anvil. No power hammers or hydrolic presses. Personal opinion though. Opinions are like buttholes some just stink more than others.
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