Starting on Tuesday, January 5th you can enter our contest to win a Peddinghaus Cross Peen Hammer and a set of Wolf Jaw Tongs. It’s absolutely free!
Why Are We Doing This?
Leading up to 2016, we’ve been working on DIY Blacksmithing Monthly, a magazine made for blacksmiths like you. Our goal with it is to provide:
- Step-by-step blacksmithing projects
- Anvil and Equipment Reviews
- Interviews with Working Blacksmiths
- Current Coal Prices
- Blacksmithing Stories and more…
The January issue is almost ready to be published and we want to celebrate that and you.
What Can You Do?
Keep an eye on the DIY Blacksmithing Facebook page in the next few days. Be ready to sign up and start sharing the contest. The more times you share the contest on social media, the more entries you will get, and the better your chances of winning the Peddinghaus Hammer and Wolf Jaw Tongs will be.
See You on Tuesday and Good Luck!
We’re always working toward making blacksmithing information easier to access here at DIY Blacksmithing. We’ve created tutorials, offered videos, published books, and even made a Map of Blacksmithing Schools in the U.S. to help people get started.
After doing some research and realizing that it might be useful, we decided to create a list of anvils along with their prices, manufacturers, and where to buy them. Our goal was to make it easier and more efficient to look for a price, style, and weight to suit each blacksmith.
So, we’d like to introduce the 2015 Anvil Price List. It’s a collection of anvils from around the world ranging from completely FREE to $1500+.
We do have some production and research costs to consider, but we’re still able to keep the price extremely reasonable at $2 (and it could save you $100’s of dollars and hours of search time).
The 2015 Anvil Price List will:
- Save you time and money.
- Help you find an anvil in your price range and weight requirements.
- Show you exactly where to go to find anvils at any price.
- Uncover lesser-known brands with the quality of titans like Ridgid/Peddinghaus, Fisher, and Hay Budden.
- Share what companies offer FREE shipping on a variety of anvils.
Supplies you’ll need for this project:
- Section of railroad track 11.5″ long
- Angle grinder (He uses a 4.5″ grinder)
- Chalk for marking where the horn will be
Video and project credit: smalltown442