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Thread: swissbianco - victorinox 100% copper swiss army knife

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    How hard is it to remove the original scales? I've never taken one apart before.

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    they joust snap on and off https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s295mh8_4uU

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    Quote Originally Posted by swissbianco View Post
    Thank you. That looks pretty simple.

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    I would love to have a solid copper Cadet!

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    Do you make Classic SD, Rambler, and Minichamp with copper scales?

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    Amici,
    First off, let me say that I'm not really a big fan of gluing any removable scale permanently to a SAK, no matter how pretty. But if I did, what do you think would be the best over the counter adhesive or specific knife making application to use to apply these scales?

    I know SB has mentioned JB Weld, but I dunno if I agree with that particular product, especially since it's my understanding that it's quite messy to mix-up and apply. Maybe that's what one would use in Europa, but if anyone has done this, what is the best way to go? Gorilla Glue perhaps?

    Inquiring minds would like to know, before I decide to possibly give this a go..

    Cheers,
    Serge

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergemaster View Post
    Amici,
    First off, let me say that I'm not really a big fan of gluing any removable scale permanently to a SAK, no matter how pretty. But if I did, what do you think would be the best over the counter adhesive or specific knife making application to use to apply these scales?

    I know SB has mentioned JB Weld, but I dunno if I agree with that particular product, especially since it's my understanding that it's quite messy to mix-up and apply. Maybe that's what one would use in Europa, but if anyone has done this, what is the best way to go? Gorilla Glue perhaps?

    Inquiring minds would like to know, before I decide to possibly give this a go..

    Cheers,
    Serge
    I used Gorilla Superglue on my copper scales and used a vice to clamp it down for ten minutes. Worked great.


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    Will these scales fit my Huntsman?
    Also, do they come with the epoxy? If not, which epoxy do you recommend?

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