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Hey everyone,

Finally got around to finishing the large survival knife I have been making over the past 2 months. This was a cool project because I filmed the entire thing! I made this knife with common tools that most people will already have at home.

Here is the video I created of me making it:

How to make a large survival knife


http://youtu.be/rMm5Lc2IvqA

If you have any questions please feel free to ask
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Well done. What was the type of steel did you use?
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Very nice. I know alot of people use old saw blades. Does anyone use old lawn mower blades? The larger rider type mower blades.
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Old chainsaw bars work well too, most saw shops will have a pile of them out back in the recycle heap.
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I used 1095 from knifemaking.com. Thanks!
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