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Thread: Early 110 blade marks: evidence of file origin or wild sharpening marks?

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    Early 110 blade marks: evidence of file origin or wild sharpening marks?


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    In my opinion that is evidence of a horrible sharpening job. By the early 60s buck was stamping blanks out of steel, and wasn't using file blades anymore.
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    OK. Thank you.

    This one has the has the bone hard fiber spacer & BUCK stamp on blade done parallel with the blade.

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    It looks like very deep gouges from a bench grinder that was used in a dim witted attempt to sharpen it. Then it was buffed to try to hide them. It didn't work.
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    Get ahold of Leroy at Triple R Knives. He MAY be able to remove some or all of the marks, no guarantee though.

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    looks like a file was used to sharpen the blade.
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