You know what's cool? Modifying kitchen knifes into a broken back seax or a knifr (viking knives). "How?" I hear you ask. Well; let's start, shall we?
Seax is a traditional Saxon knife that was also used by vikings in the form of broken back seax.
Disclaimer: You may ruin good knives. This isn't the end of the word. Open up some jazz, light up a cigarette and get in deep thoughts and think about what made you ruin it. I do that.
Step 1: Safety first.
- Gloves: Because grinding disks that revolve in around 11,000 revolutions per minute can very well leave a mark that may never heal. Also, you will look approximately %10 more professional.
- Glasses: Never mind how retro you will look; because a bad reputation isn't nearly as dangerous as flying shards of wood and metal.
- Apron: Well, you mind as well keep your shirt clean. Not that important if you want to ruin your clothes. I say, put it on.
- Ear protection: Unless you want to lose your hearing quick, use them. Less headaches also mean a happier and higher quality work.