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HOW TO: Make a Hoko Knife: Hafting a Primitive Blade

Posted: Wed, July, 18th 2012

This is a simple and practical primitive toll based off a 2,700 year old artifact found near the Hoko River in western washington, thus the name "Hoko Knife".

Sharp stone flakes are quite useful naked, but adding a handle can increase, leverage, dexterity, and over-all usability. Just take a stone flake, and place it between a split twig or small stick, lash it into place using whatever cordage is available...

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Making a Buckskin Phone Case w/ The Urban-Aboriginal Video Course


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Posted: Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019


In the video, Brain-Tan Buckskin DVD: The Dry-Scrape Method, I will take you through the entire process from a 'green' hide to a soft, supple, luxurious, finished product.

In this video, How to Make Fire by Friction : The Bow - Drill Method, I will show you how to create one of the most reliable ways to start a fire from scratch.

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