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Posted on Looking for spearpoint marking knife blade.

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#1 posted 10-01-2012 11:44 PM

Groy, jigsaw blades or sawzall blades make great material for stuff like this. You don’t need much to make a blade. You need something to cut the blade from the donor; gonna need to be a cutoff blade in a Dremel or the like. Or if you have a grinder, just grind it to final shape. Then you remove the paint. I took the paint off blades with a rough stone (250 grit I think). But you can get it off other ways. Once that is done, hone it and polish it, which can all be done with sand paper if that’s all you have. It is very easy work. Good luck!

-- Mike


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