Treasured: Seamus Mullen's Spanish Iron

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"I brought a bunch of irons back from Spain, but they usually don't last that long. The one that I have now, I had made by a blacksmith in Pennsylvania and it has lasted a couple of years. I gave him the dimensions and sketched it out exactly the way I wanted it to be. He made it with a handle, which promptly fell off so now it looks like a medieval weapon. But who cares, because it works really well!"

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