Pfeiffer5212
Hello, I am a beginning blacksmith in the area of Phoenixville, PA, and I am looking for a more established blacksmith that would allow me to use their forge.
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jmccustomknives
Hank might be able to hook you up.  Give him a little time, he's up your way.  good luck.

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Hank Rearden
Google maps ha it at 92.5 miles approximately. Have you ever used a forge before? PABA Pennsylvania blacksmiths Association is about in between the two. They normally meet in the Reading - Lancaster area.
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Pfeiffer5212
Yes I have used a forge, I used to have my own before I moved to Pennsylvania but I can't have one where I live now.
Right now I just need a location to set one up.
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Fullangr Forging
If you can get ahold of a welder and some steel from the scrap yard you could build one of these guys just stop by walmart and pickup a air mattress pump the heavy duty one is 20 bucks! you could probably build this whole thing for 40 dollars with the right tools the welding is the hardest part but harbor freight and amazon have mig welders for $100 a handy tool to have for a blacksmith out $140 for a forge and a welder not too bad!
if you need better instruction on the welding part just message me its pretty easy!
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