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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-22-2010, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Stumbled Across a Kinifemaker on the Web...

Shiva Ki...nice looking knives...

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-22-2010, 09:39 PM
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Awesome! I've been looking for a knife that can cut 10 rope bundles.


The most impressive knife I seen was in Branson. A blacksmith there was making knifes from old truck leaf springs. It was about a 30 -45 minute process, cutting a chuck of spring, then penning it into shape, rough sharpening, quench in a drum of water, then finish sharpen.

When the knife was finished he would punch a ton of holes in a 50 gallon drum, then cut a piece of paper.

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Awesome! I've been looking for a knife that can cut 10 rope bundles.


The most impressive knife I seen was in Branson. A blacksmith there was making knifes from old truck leaf springs. It was about a 30 -45 minute process, cutting a chuck of spring, then penning it into shape, rough sharpening, quench in a drum of water, then finish sharpen.

When the knife was finished he would punch a ton of holes in a 50 gallon drum, then cut a piece of paper.
That's pretty cool. How much were they?

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Awesome! I've been looking for a knife that can cut 10 rope bundles.


The most impressive knife I seen was in Branson. A blacksmith there was making knifes from old truck leaf springs. It was about a 30 -45 minute process, cutting a chuck of spring, then penning it into shape, rough sharpening, quench in a drum of water, then finish sharpen.

When the knife was finished he would punch a ton of holes in a 50 gallon drum, then cut a piece of paper.
That seems to be the in thing lately. Guys taking metal from junk yards and turning them into new cutting tools.

On a similar thread, I was chatting with a guy that took the steel cable the use to suspend telephone poles and radio towers and he'd beat it into a katana. Since the metal was already many strands of carbon steel twisted into a bundle, half the work was done for him. The rest was shaping, tempering and sharpening.

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check this out. a little easier on the wallet.

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not sure what one does with a knife that size but

these have caught my eye for a while. it would be a functional purchase for me. not just a display case knife

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