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Backwoods blacksmith Daniel Casey is one of the most skilled craftsmen in America. Using raw steel and ancient timber, Daniel hammers out a variety of historic weapons for a roster of highly discerning collectors and enthusiasts. Based in a close-knit community deep in the Ozarks, tradition and family are close to Daniel's heart, but at the end of a long, hard day, he's all about fun as he kicks back with buddies to test his creations. The result is a jaw-dropping array of exploding targets, speeding bullets and razor sharp knives.
Daniel travels to Kentucky to work on a bear pistol with his mentor, who watches over Daniel's shoulder as he races to finish the project in four days.
As winter settles in, Daniel forges an Early American-style grease lamp and tackles a rare 1842 rifle commissioned by the U.S. government for trade with American Indians; Daniel is called in to help clear a beaver dam.
Daniel forges the ultimate spear for the occasion of a traditional hog hunt; Bob and the boys head to the firing range to create what Bob likes to call "flint lock art."
After restoring and building countless guns and knives for his customers, master blacksmith Daniel Casey decides it's time to build a "poor boy" rifle for his son, Wesley.
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