I thought this will be an old wicked knife restoration project, but I realized during restoration that this is not a knife! It has a shape as a knife, sure, but it is a part of a tool. Join me in this restoration and find out what that could be!
I have purchased it from a guy who lives in northern part of Norway. My best guess is that someone had a broken tool and used one part to make a knife in the past. Who knows!
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I managed to disassemble the knife, it was not easy. Some kind of glue holded the blade strongly to the handle. As you can see wooden handle is in pieces on the above picture in the background.
After that I placed blade in a glass tube with vinegar. I left it overnight. While vinegar was dissolving the rust I started making new wooden handle for this knife. Oh yeah, also at this point I figured it out that this is not a knife, it is a part of scythe. Someone in the past made a knife from broken scythe I guess.
Then when I was happy with my grooves I glued both sides together. Further I filed and sanded the handle with 80 > 180 grit. Finally I glued the blade and handle together with two component epoxy glue.
Last step was to apply linseed oil and sharpen the knife. Here is the final result!
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