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Spurs and things

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    Here are a couple of pair of spurs I've made, a belt buckle and stainless steel steak flipper and a steel steak flipper.


  • #2
    Great looking work. Did you forge the spurs out of a file?


    • #3
      Beautiful work!

      The last time I heard the ring and jingle of spurs was when I went into a gas station convenience store in VEGA Texas. A cowboy was in the store. That morning it was April and it was freezing cold, and a tumbleweed was blowing across the highway. US Hwy 40. Otherwise known as route 66. About 5 years ago.


      • #4
        Very nice work. I really like the spurs and would like to learn how to make them.


        • #5
          Nice work Tubby, love to hear a bit about the processes you used. Keep posting the great pics.



          • #6
            Really nice work!


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