looking to start

hey i was wondering what are the good ways to start on blacksmithing i
am new to all this but the idea has always been. what would be a good
way to start into something like this i have a couple thing that i
have read but people are usually the best means of starting something
like this.
wayne
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wiccaman00
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What worked for me was going on a weekend course. Once you've had a couple of days with your hands on the metal you'll have a good idea of what you want to do & what you need to do it.
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Richard Sewell
Where are you at? You should hook up with smiths in your area.
Steve Smith
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Steve Smith
i am located in kentucky know of any good smiths in this area to train with. thanks for all the help everyone glad there are people still willing to help a person out on stuff
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wiccaman00
Boy are you in luck! Here's info on your local chapters:
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AND, the Artist Blacksmiths Association of North America
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is holding their 2004 Conference in Richmond Kentucky July 7-11! Sign up now.
Daniel Crowther Gobae - The Smith
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Dan Crowther
greatly appriciate the links and the help anything that will help out and i can read or try is good thanks again wayne
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wiccaman00

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