Blacksmithing and related activities can be hazardous. These videos are not a substitute for competent professional instruction. Your safety is your sole responsibility. Always use appropriate safety equipment including eye and ear protection when working in the shop. Follow manufactures safety guidelines for the use of all equipment. In the event something shown in one of these videos seems unsafe, it is up to you to make the appropriate changes to protect yourself.
Forging the mini railroad spike tomahawk - blacksmith challenge - part 1. Be a Blacksmith: 3 Minutes to Better Gear: Majestic Forge. Making a Small Propane Foundry and Forge Burner in the Home Shop. Forging a scroll wrench or bending fork - blacksmith tools. Assembling the brick lined gas forge construction - part 2. Finishes for ironwork - blacksmithing for beginners. Hardening and tempering salvaged steel hardy tools - Basic Blcksmithing. Socket chisel for wood working. The little propane forge - yes I still have it. Firemans axe part 2.