A blacksmith in Rajasthan India, showed me how he manufactures billhooks. He does it in a very traditional and basic way of knife making.
Billhooks are traditional knives used in forestry and agriculture, and every household in rural India has at least one of these tools to collect and cut firewood, or to open coconuts or cut vegetables – and of course for many tasks in fields and forests. In Europe billhooks were once very common everywhere, their form dates back some thousands of years – meanwhile, they are nearly forgotten except in the UK, where they are still widely used for hedge laying and other garden and forestry works.
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