Making a hunting knife using hobbyist tools

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Peter Adamson Knives : Check the description for a template, and links to all the tools and materials used, and leave a comment if you have any questions!

Sharp Works : Congrats to you man. It looks like we started our channels at roughly the same time but you're over twice as large as mine. You have some great content and you deserve to be even larger. Keep it up.

Kevin Raj : Someone buy this man an angle grinder and jigsaw

atomiclab : I like your knife profile shape.

Paul Hinton : beautiful work you got yourself a sub

JohnReviewer112 : This is how almost every other maker out there makes knives expect they have better versions of all these tools.. This is the point of handmade custom tools, they are hand made. Whatt? You think that using a milling machine for 75 percent of the process is now a hand made knife? No, it then turns into basically every other factory produced knife you can buy on the market.

Jason Montgomery : You can always tell by the bare patches on someone's forearm that they have properly sharpened their knife.

Tony Dadon : I like all the people leaving comments "You should do this....." "You should do that...." Really? Where's the video of the knives YOU made?

عاشق نفسي : Goooooooood 👏👏👍👍👌

Dan Van Hoose : Nice drop point shape.good job.

Gonza 1q99 : Wow nice work

Sam : That breathing was weird but I like the vid I think im going to make a knife off of your template

Ragnar Jørstad-Haugen : Do you have a template for this knife? Love the work!


Jack Duncan : Nicely done! You definitely have the knack. You have demonstrated that one doesn't have to have a lot of expensive tools to do this if you are willing to put in the time and effort.

NiceTubeAccount : +1, make movie how to achieve mirror finish, with grinder and buffing wheels?

Jack Fluck : Hi there. One question, what's the spray product you apply on the knives with a piece of paper, before the oven part? Thank you in advance

Anggelo Gallardo : Hi, nice work, I didn't see your touchmark stamp. Greetings from Chile

Francisco Junior Lima : Meu deus que facas lindas . Cara sou seu fã.

Jovan Miljanovic : Amazing bro! Keep it going!

knives and outdoor : Great work man. Now you have an new Subscriber from Germany.

Scowler : This is art.

Sepahe : Thumbs up for a very good and complete description

Tanner Phillips : If you keep working that fast you are bound to lose a finger...;-) Nice work btw.

essdanitof : magnifique

G Martin : Great job, and I love the design. Thanks for sharing!

thesworm : rip headphone user the saw killed me

Jack Turner : Why are you breathing so heavily when you're gluing them?

Dr Dre : Great video. I liked that you used common tools for this awesome knife! Keep the good work up :)

Kaizer Seloterio : nc work dude! subbed :D

Wheatstone bridge : wearing gloves while using the grinder belt yeah I stopped watching at that point

naabtalschmied : "Peter Adamson Knives" ..... the plungelines are horrible.... nothing about hobbyist tools.....

Alpha Nukleus : You made some of my favorite knives, nice video!

xConundrumx : Love the smell you get when working with olive wood. Especially when it is not entirely dry.

Jadon Ingalls : My goodness, an angle grinder is like 20 bucks. That's a lot of time sawing, just to get blocks

John Gate : "hobbyist"

Pepe Coco : Nice !! Like this video.

landypaule : from 6:50 on: Darth Vader on speed :-)

Paul'ie 4X : Say Heah Peter, Why wouldn't you also call that knife a bush craft knife also. Infact I like using knives that similar style for Bush Craft Knife. Infact I had one made by modifying a Battle Horse Attitude I have it posted in my Google Plus your welcome to L@@K.,,. p

Sharp & On Point : I wish I had all those "Hobbyist Tools" ;) Great job!

Nats Daily : He was using a hack saw but when he started to speed the video up....the hack saw sounded more like a bandsaw 😂😂😂😂😂

Linnea Larsson : That breathing towards the end though.. :p

Nacho Franc : I hate having to cut the steel plates with a hacksaw, i allways break the teeth jsjsk

Gabriel Meneghetti : So nice!

GTR 4 EVER : Wow! Now those are two really beautifull knives! How long does it take you to cut the profiles with the hacksaw?

Hopewellmj : Just found ya - great stuff. It's got me thinking on new projects besides just primitive knives and axes. Might be fun to do a trade some time ... let me know. Keep up the great work!

Ray : Wow. Fantastic

S.R.C™ : Very very good!

Mike Builds : Watching you make this with minimal tools was great. Takes some dedication to do all those cuts with a coping saw

Robert Langley : I’ve viewed at least 500 videos from “knife craftsmen” on YouTube and am overly critical at times, but I must say; NO ONE, has made any better quality, beautiful and awesome set of knives as this young man. Simple tools, no full of themselves videographers, no verbose self gratification just think it, do it, show it and get on with it. Don’t want your head to swell but the best by far in my humble opinion, ever. Thank you son.