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Daniel Casey explains why an anvil has its particular shape and demonstrates the many ways it can be used in this web exclusive.

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Iron & Fire
Season 1
Episode 1
The Rifle That Made America

In "Iron & Fire," Ozarks blacksmith Daniel Casey uses raw steel and ancient timber to hammer out a variety of historic weapons for a roster of highly discerning collectors and enthusiasts. After a long day at work, Daniel kicks back with his friends and family to test his jaw-dropping creations.

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