How To Make A Hoko Knife

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How To Make A Hoko Knife

How To Make A Hoko Knife - Hafted in a split cedar handle a small stone flake is tied in with a spruce root. It can be a very sharp and useful tool. The ability to make this knife is a skill that would be highly advantageous if SHTF.

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Hafted in a split cedar handle a small stone flake is tied in with a spruce root. It can be a very sharp and useful tool.

If you do not have a cedar or spruce handy, you can substitute many kinds of wood. Willow is found almost everywhere and is easy to work with. Any wood, where you can control the split, will work well.

Think of the Hoko knife as a saw or slicing tool that can be crafted in many sizes. The ability to make this knife is a skill that would be highly advantageous if SHTF. Click the link below to see how you can make your own simple, yet practical tool.

How To Make A Hoko Knife

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