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drayray asked Where can you buy a cheap sheet of steel?

I am wanting to build myself a throwing knife since buying one is to expensive. I know how to build it, I just need a piece of strong metal between 5″-6″ Long, 2″ Wide, and .5″ Thick. I don’t know where to buy any sheets of strong metal for a cheap price. So, will anyone please tell me where I can buy a cheap piece of metal that would work good for a throwing knife near those specifications. Please, any answer will help.

And got the following answer:

An ordinary sheet of mild steel is not hard enough or strong enough to hold an edge and keep it.. You’d probably have to sharpen it after four or five throws-the edge would just “fold” over on you.

To hold a good edge, you need special high-carbon steels that can be “heat treated.”

One thing you could try is an old blade from a circular saw. Saw blades are made of ultra-hard, wear resistant steel. You could try a cabinetry shop, a saw mill, or a steel yard. They might be willing to give you a few of their worn out blades-they usually just throw them in a recycle bin. watch this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5nruW-aijc&feature=fvw
http://www.castbullet.com/makeit/knife.htm

I work as a welder. We have a special bandsaw that’s used to cut pipes and I-beams. I’ve found that you can cut up the worn-out bands with metal snips and grind them, they make excellent utility knives. You’d have a hard time cutting a circular sawblade with snips though- they’re too thick. It’s best to use a dremel tool or an angle grinder.

Joe asked What is a good folding knife for everyday carry and self defense?

Im looking for something with a blade around 4″. I like the Spyderco military and Police knives but I’m wondering if any other brands that have similar models.

And got the following answer:

I agree with Jesse on this one.. I wouldn’t consider a knife a great defense weapon.. If I lived in a state where I can can have a CCW pistol, then that would be my first choice. Since I don’t, I rather carry a knife than not… I carry a Smith & Wesson titanium special ops knife I got from Big5 on sale for about $15 bucks. It comes in handy just to have around for other-than-defense situations (i.e. cutting the occasional box or string up or whatever). However, if I had some extra cash to throw around, Benchmade makes really quality blades.

Alex asked Is it illegal for a teenager to carry a pocket knife in the state of Texas?

It is a folding knife that has a 3.5″ blade. I know I’m not allowed to carry it in school but anywhere else? And if police happen to see that I have it on me, can I get into trouble? I live in Houston suburbs.
For the people that say it should be illegal… Please. I’m looking for an answer, not a complaint. I, and several others, are raised to be responsible. The only reason I have this knife is because my parents trust me and believe I am responsible enough to have it.

And got the following answer:

I know of no law that says someone under 18 can not carry a knife. But there are other criteria that makes a knife illegal to carry regardless of age. Knifes that can not be carried must not be:
(A) knife with a blade over five and one-half inches;
(B) hand instrument designed to cut or stab another by being thrown;
(C) dagger, including but not limited to a dirk, stiletto, and poniard; (double edged)
(D) bowie knife;
(E) sword; or
(F) spear.
http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/PE/htm/PE.46.htm#46.02
http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/PE/htm/PE.46.htm#46.01

These are illegal to carry, knives that are illegal to own are switchblades and butterfly knives.
http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/PE/htm/PE.46.htm#46.05
http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/PE/htm/PE.46.htm#46.01

Mitch asked I’ve recently become intrigued with throwing knives and was wondering, who the best brand is?

I want a good quality knife, won’t break easily, and will stay sharp for a long while. Anyone have any suggestions?

And got the following answer:

I have several brands of throwing knives and ‘d have to disagree with prev. poster. United cutlery throwing knives are made of very soft metal. It is so soft that sharpening an edge becomes an issue, metal folds too quickly.
Now, that isn’t really a problem with throwing knives in general, but you mentioned staying sharp long time.
In that case I’d recommend Cold Steel true flight thrower knives.
As much as I don’t like cold steel knives, those are one of the better quality throwing knives.
Made of 1055 steel which is plenty tough and holds reasonably good edge for a throwing knife it’s a pretty good buy.
Mini review here – http://zvis.com/knives/throwing/cstft.shtml

At some point Rigid knives also made pretty solid throwing knives – http://zvis.com/knives/throwing/rigid.shtml

In general, throwing knives and good edge holding don’t really go along. Throwing implies impacts with wood and other hard objects, so blades have to be optimized for high toughness/impact resistance, which is detrimental for edge holding ability, which requires higher hardness, thus more brittle blades.