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Hey gang,

Jeremy is running the knife swap again this year. There was interest in a tomahawk swap on his thread. I am posting here to start a hawk trade for 2010. I am willing to run the tomahawk swap.

This swap and the rules for it are the same as the knife swap. I am sure you will notice the language is essentially identical.

You can enter as many tomahawks as you like in the swap. They can be pretty much any hawk as long as you made it. Sheaths are recommended, but not required. You'll receive as many hawks as you enter.

The deadline for this year will be April 30th

We shouldn't interfere with the St Jude auction with the earlier deadline. After the entry deadline, names will be drawn at random. I'll email everyone telling them who to send their swap knives to. It'll be a surprise to the recipients.

Here's the point I need to stress: when you finish your hawks, email me with the number of hawks you're swapping pictures of your hawk(s) and your mailing address.

Posting "I'm in" on this thread doesn't count Doing it this way - limiting it to hawks that are completed at the deadline - we avoid many of the problems the now-defunct annual arrow swap ran into: guys who received, but didn't contribute and waiting for 6 months after the deadline to receive a hawk.

You have a a little over 3 months to complete a hawk. It seems like a lot of time, but believe me it's not!

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