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In A Modern Guide to Knifemaking, survivalist Laura Zerra, one of the stars of Naked and Afraid on the Discovery Channel, shares her essential knifemaking tips and tricks, including step-by-step instructions for both forging and stock removal. We all use a knife pretty much every day, but for Zerra, her daily life often depends on the blade she takes with her into the wild. From design to sharpening, A Modern Guide to Knifemaking covers every step in the knifemaking process. To begin, you will consider what you want your knife to accomplish, develop a design, and make a prototype. Zerra takes you through choosing and buying steel for your knife and then teaches you to build your own forge. You will learn forging basics and then move on to forge the shape of your knife and make the blade tip. From there, you will cut the blade profile, grind in bevels to make the edge of the knife, heat treat and temper your blade, grind and polish it, and make a handle and sheath for it. You will also learn sharpening techniques to maintain the edge of your new knife. A Modern Guide to Knifemaking covers every detail of knifemaking so you can make yourself the perfect knife. Primitive survivalist, hunter, nomad.
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Her love of animals and close encounters with them as a child led her to become a self-righteous vegan in high school. Laura studied Ethnobiology at Connecticut College, and began to seek a more hands-on approach to what she was reading about in her anthropology classes. In her spare time, she began studying bow building, ethnobotanical plant uses, and tracking. This eventually led to her scouring the local highways for roadkill to sustainably obtain skins for hide tanning. After delving into her morals she decided it fit in with her beliefs to began processing the meat for consumption. Eating meat again was a huge turning point for her, and she decided she was going to learn to hunt. The very real connection this allowed her to form with the land led her to seek out more experiential learning than college could offer. Laura began spending summers working at Great Hollow Wilderness School in Connecticut teaching primitive survival, and in obtained an internship with the Buffalo Field Campaign in West Yellowstone, Montana. Here she documented the slaughter of the last wild herd of bison, and continued to expand her knowledge in primitive survival in the harsh West Yellowstone winter. In , she moved to Vermont to teach at Roots School, focusing on brain tanning and meat processing.

Skills: Building shelter, primitive technology, primitive fire, hide tanning, hunting, trapping, plant identification. Laura became interested in survival as a way to connect to land in a visceral way, and gain freedom and independence in the wild. Though open to learning new skills and techniques from anyone she encountered, Laura is largely self-taught and believes that being humble enough to learn from failure is an important part of everyone's learning process. She spent a number of years traveling around North America, and putting herself into situations that would push her comfort zone and therefore force her to adapt and learn new skills. Laura believes that survival isn't necessarily about memorizing every technique in the book, but rather about learning what your needs are, and then using whatever is around you to meet them in any environment. She believes flexibility and the ability to improvise are some of the most important traits for any survivalist. Laura is an adventurer in every sense of the word, and uses her survival skills to push the boundaries of these experiences. By knowing that she can survive almost anywhere, she has the confidence to push past limitations that other people might let hold them back. Laura's knowledge of survival is important because of the freedom it allows her. With this freedom, she can let go of fear and experience her life and world to the fullest.

In A Modern Guide to Knifemaking, survivalist Laura Zerra, one of the stars of Naked and Afraid on the Discovery Channel, shares her essential knifemaking tips and tricks, including step-by-step instructions for both forging and stock removal. We all use a knife pretty much every day, but for Zerra, her daily life often depends on the blade she takes with her into the wild. From design to sharpening, A Modern Guide to Knifemaking covers every step in the knifemaking process.

To begin, you will consider what you want your knife to accomplish, develop a design, and make a prototype. Zerra takes you through choosing and buying steel for your knife and then teaches you to build your own forge. You will learn forging basics and then move on to forge the shape of your knife and make the blade tip. From there, you will cut the blade profile, grind in bevels to make the edge of the knife, heat treat and temper your blade, grind and polish it, and make a handle and sheath for it.

You will also learn sharpening techniques to maintain the edge of your new knife. A Modern Guide to Knifemaking covers every detail of knifemaking so you can make yourself the perfect knife.

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