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Making a Knife from Fish Hooks.
Canister steel opens up a world of impossibilities. Here a knife is made from thousands of fish hooks and 1084 powder. An astute viewer has pointed out the hazards of putting zinc (white-out) in a forge - and other viewers have pointed out white-out is titanium oxide and not zinc. Heating a sealed container is dangerous as it could explode. This knife was a gift. The fish hooks were purchased on eBay for about 1.2 cents each. Support this Channel! Want a knife made? Excellent bladesmith here: Excellent blacksmith here: J Neilson's web site: American Bladesmith Society: Yes, I made a knife with the first billet. It did not go to waste. This video is my property, all rights reserved, and cannot be used without my express permission, notarized, written permission.

Knife making - Forging a Japanese Sushi Knife
I love making sushi but i lack a knife for cutting it the best possible way. So i made a sushi knife. Thanks for watching! This video is my property and cannot be posted anywhere else without my permission. Social media:

Knives you don't hand to people
Thinking about knives that I preferred not to hand anybody who isn't experience with knives there's three classifications anyone supervise and no one Knives from left to right: .Spyderco Delica 4 with Emerson wave .Benchmade 553 Griptilian SBK OD .Benchmade 583 barrage .Microtech ultratech Tri grip (OTF or Out The Front Knife) .Benchmade 51 Morpho .Paragon warlock from Asheville Steel

knifemaking... my way: the "great bear" knife
joel ( ) asked me to make him a knife... a big knife! and so i did :D. it's inspired from the french trading knife - a design that i like very much and i consider to be very useful outdoors. the blade shape and the pistol-grip is consistent with the period. i added a massive pommel to lower the balance point at the first pin - therefore, the big&heavy knife is very quick in the hand and confortable to use. the finish is rugged, with (some) forging and grinding marks left on the blade. the patina is stunning - the best that i ever put on a blade. the handle is birch. the convex grind is thin enough to make it a good slicer, but not too thin, so it can be used to chop wood. it's made of osc8 - romanian tool steel (that's an old standard), great for knifemaking.