Pearce Knives Forged From Hardware Tools

Nov 4, 2016

Category: Gear

The ability to make knives out of household items sounds like the kind of thing that would come in handy in prison, or perhaps backstage at the Tonys. But no, there are more opportunities for this skill. Plus they’re legal and moral.

Logan Pearce hand-forges these impressive knives out of things like bolts, wrenches, drill bits and railroad spikes. Take the horseshoe knife for example; Logan hammers it, bends it, and forges it before hand-buffing it to a shiny finish. It certainly sounds like a better way for a horseshoe to retire than getting buried with a dead horse. Will Logan take your iPhone while you’re not looking and quickly turn it into a massive knife? Only if you’re lucky. [Purchase]

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