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Old 01-12-2014, 05:49 PM
LABlade LABlade is offline
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Been off the forums a long time. Retired for the 2nd time and hope to be back more. With that said, I'd say go for it. The attached pictures are of a knife I recently restored for a grandson. Not real valuable. You can buy off Ebay for less than a hundred bucks, but his great-granddad owned it and it was of real sentimental value to him. Took me all of 5 or 6 hours and was kinda fun. I've restored a few others and am somewhat hesitant because its too darn easy to break a rusted old tang or some other unforeseen problem, etc. Never know what your getting in to for sure until you take them apart. I was also pleasantly surprised at the quality of steel in this knife.
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