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Knifes From Things Around The House Answered

Can you think of ways to make a knife out of cheap, easy to find items around the house? I came up with a knife made out of a Penny and a Nickle! Now lets see what you can thing of! (butter knifes, dinner knifes, and pocket knife do not counts , be creative :P )

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11010010110
11010010110

12 years ago

Broken glass and ceramics are ultra sharp but the sharpness is very short lived

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Plasmana
Plasmana

Reply 12 years ago

That ia cool!

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Camisado
Camisado

Reply 12 years ago

Thanks!

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Plasmana
Plasmana

Reply 12 years ago

:-)

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The Jamalam
The Jamalam

Reply 12 years ago

ya you should post that knife

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Plasmana
Plasmana

12 years ago

That coin knife is really cool!

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skunkbait
skunkbait

12 years ago

Old sawblades make great knives. The handle of a large spoon is good for a "shank". An old file can be made into a decent knife too.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

Now there you are talking real knives :-) tempered / hardened steel, yep, yep

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skunkbait
skunkbait

Reply 12 years ago

Most every kitchen around here has a couple of knives in the drawer that the old men made 50 or 60 years ago out of old cross-cut blades.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

yes, I had, at one time, a small collection of knives like that.

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skunkbait
skunkbait

Reply 12 years ago

I've got some old saw blades. I may see if my kids want to use them to make X'mas presents for the little old ladies at church. A lot of the older folks really appreciate the hand-made kitchen knives.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

Well, some of the cheap junk they sell as knives now a days in stores aren't worth the time to sharpen them. I still like having a good ole carbon steel knife (my Barlow pocket knife I still have from age 14, for instance), and though I have to take a little better care of it (it can get rusty), it holds an edge better then anything my wife has in the kitchen that is stainless steel.

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skunkbait
skunkbait

Reply 12 years ago

Yeah. I have a couple of Old Timers from like 30 years ago, and they are better than my newer stainless Case XX knives.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

Oh yeah, that reminds me, I have a small Case knife somewhere....I will have to dig that out....I think it is in a tool box somewhere :-)

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=SMART=
=SMART=

12 years ago

various rulers ? could be shaped and a handle added

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iMac
iMac

12 years ago

Ummmm well for 1 I was asking other people to make some, and that ible was on making a dinner knife into a knife, which I specifically said didn't count........

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 12 years ago

(If you're replying to a comment, click the "reply" button at the end of that comment - Firebert probably doesn't know you replied to him).

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iMac
iMac

Reply 12 years ago

I did, my reply button isnt working 100%

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 12 years ago

Try refreshing the page.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

a little trick here then.....if you do so and it doesn't appear as though it is going to be "attached" let the comment window open, scroll down to his name again, and click in his little reply button, and it will move it there (you have to do this BEFORE you click Post Comment, however. )

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

12 years ago

Though it seems like a strange endeavour I can think of a few good ones to use, a decent steel ruler could be edged, sharpened and given a handle. A larger key could be made in to a small straight bladed half round kind of affair, smaller ones could be made in to a serrated blade... Bits of shelves, you know the old ones could yield some useful starting shapes.