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DIY Reciprocating Saw Blade Knife | Budget bushcraft, Carving & Survival



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In this video I create my own knife out of a reciprocating saw blade and test it. It turned out really nice and has the potential to be a survival knife, carving knife, or just a general utility knife. Definitely a budget bushcraft knife too. I had seen other people make knives like this before from saw blades so I decided to give it a shot. I recommend spending a large amount of time sharpening this type of knife and not trying to many harder tasks on it for it to be the best knife for you.
Cheers Dave from BC Bushcraft

[My Channel] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd9Q-GzcRtJJ0KSX4jAdbzQ

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