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I developed a passion for metal years ago and I love learning new things. From a young age My dad who is no welder at all taught me to weld and it was in short time about the age of 10 i was way better than him and being loaned out to neighbors to weld pipe fence. I now weld professionally and still love to tinker and challenge myself! So i know there not of much usewhen on the wagon but here are some spurs that i did to pass my free time. These babies sell like hot cakes and actually to good because it turned into a full time hobby that was alot like a job i was forced to do. so i quit taking orders and filled my back log and took a year off and now as you can see im back and enjoying building spurs and bits and knives again. Hope you like them i have come along way since set number 1!! ok maybe ill have to get with uncle Joe again i followed the steps and nothing is loading ill email him the pics and see if he can help me?

Sarah Dohle says 2015-09-17 08:42:57 (CST)



Thanks Michael, here are your photos. I've also included a screen shot to illustrate what it looks like after pictures have been uploaded. The picture is no longer visible, just the file name.


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Michael Sills says 2015-09-17 22:07:00 (CST)



Thank you for doing that for me! This new web page is a tougher crowd i figured i atleast get some construtive critisms!


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