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Knifemaking with William White (DVD)

SKU: MUZZ0061

$24.95

In easy-to-understand terms, White shows how to make a knife from a piece of flat stock steel, like an old car leaf spring, using basic tools like a bench grinder and electric drill. He covers heating and shaping the blade with a forge, hammer, and anvil, and then finishing it with files and sandpaper.

Universal DVD, 90 minutes

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The Knifemaking with William White DVD is a 70-minute guide featuring bladesmith William “Cousin Willie” White from Woodbury, Kentucky.

In easy-to-understand terms, White shows how to make a knife from a piece of flat stock steel, like an old car leaf spring, using basic tools like a bench grinder and electric drill. He covers heating and shaping the blade with a forge, hammer, and anvil, and then finishing it with files and sandpaper.

The DVD also explains tempering on a kitchen stove, using color changes in the steel. White ends by demonstrating handle fitting and the creation of peter bolsters and butt. This DVD shares valuable knifemaking tips, saving beginners time and avoiding common mistakes.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Publisher

Muzzleloader

Length

90 minutes