Making a Knife from Fish Hooks.

Canister steel opens up a world of impossibilities. Here a knife is made from thousands of fish hooks and 1084 powder. An astute viewer has pointed out the hazards of putting zinc (white-out) in a forge -- and other viewers have pointed out white-out is titanium oxide and not zinc. Heating a sealed container is dangerous as it could explode. This knife was a gift. The fish hooks were purchased on eBay for about 1.2 cents each.
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