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Post by michael_collins_2000_ie » Wed Dec 29, 2004 5:09 am

Is it just me or is it that his forge being on an island has a whole other romanticism about it. I can just imagine the guy working his forge with the scottish mist in the background and over the shore.

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Post by Evenstar » Wed Dec 29, 2004 7:36 am

That sounds really cool Larn and £750 is not a bad price
at all for a custom.

If only I had the money and the knowledge to buy a nice custom.....

she sighs with longing and envy.....

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Post by Big Lazy » Wed Dec 29, 2004 12:37 pm

michael_collins_2000_ie wrote:Is it just me or is it that his forge being on an island has a whole other romanticism about it. I can just imagine the guy working his forge with the scottish mist in the background and over the shore.
There is something super cool about the whole idea isn't there. Obviously I cant post a link to his site, but if you do find it check out the video clip of him making a ranger sword. Tis a thing of beauty that brought a tear to my eye

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