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4 foot fork
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My wife wanted a long fork to cook hotdogs and marshme in the campfire with. I never made a fork before so I gave it a shot this evening.
I took a 4 foot piece of 1/2" cold rolled, split the end with a hacksaw and stuck it in the forge, spread the split like a T, then thinned and pointed them. Then I bent them up like you see. On the handle end, I heated it and bent it around a piece of pipe to make a loop to hang it.
I may try a 3 tine butchering fork one day.
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Peter, is there anything you cant make?

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Lots...but thanks.

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Those tools are worth more than anything bought in a store, definition of Renaissance Man you are Peternap.
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