Casting A Bowie Knife Out Of Copper Or Aluminum Bronze Start To Finish

Casting A Bowie Knife Out Of Copper Or Aluminum Bronze Start To Finish


DIY Start casting d s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s (Furnace smelting) (Furnace smelting with lid) (Furnace smelting) (Furnace smelting with lid) (Molten Metal being poured into water) {Cutting saw being used) (Cutting Saw being used) (Hammertime) (Smoothing Saw being used) (Polishing Saw being used) steps (Grinder Saw being used) (Manually sharpenning the knife)

100 Comments

  1. When he disposed of the excess slag on the dirty ground and then stuck the spoon back in leaving dirt in the molten mix my OCD went nuts!

  2. If I were you Tito I’d put a leather strap or something on the handle to make it grippier and nicer to hold

  3. A typical Bronze Age sword was 1 1/2 pounds anything heavier is a modern knockoff. I like the solid cast hand grip though.

  4. Bowie knifes are my absolute favourite. It has too steep of an edge on this one for my taste, but it still looks absolutely amazing.

  5. This is awesome! Probably a rookie-to-unlearned qjestion, but could one use liquid rubber on the finished product handle for better grip?

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