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Sorry, especially to Enduraguy, on both posts.
There are six pages of information if you do a search for "Folder" on the Busse forum.
Come on, please. This topic is one of the single most...
Oh please, you have to be kidding me. Look at the stickies at the top of the page. Sheesh
Do a search on the Busse forum, there have been numerous threads that have discussed exactly what you wondering.
Okay, I have never used any TOPs blades but let me say a Busse will never let you down. I have owned a few but I have sold most of mine because I...
Awesome vids! More people should post that kind of thing, me included. :thumbup:
I really like this picture!
Wow, that is an insane price for a very valuable piece of INFI! :eek: :thumbup:
Nice job! :thumbup:
I too have noticed that there is less friction on my stripped and polished knives when cutting materials that extend the...
Stripped with Circa 1850 and polished with Mothers Magnesium and Aluminum Polish.
SFNO and CP JABA
I just used a cloth and elbow grease, a power tool would probably give better results but I still use these pieces. If I make them to nice and...
Yes, that is correct, here is what I did.
I'm no hog, but I do love my INFI! :D
As I am sure most or all of you have noticed, I have been selling of most of my Busses except for the...
Wow, that looks awesome!
It almost looks like a Camo Arctic One Bull Nose. :D
I used Mother's Magnesium and Aluminum Polish.
A small container of it (a little goes along way) costs about $5 USD. This compound also works...
I prefer satin because with a some metal polish and elbow grease you can easily bring it back to almost a mirror finish, which looks really nice imo.
I haven't posted here for a few moons but here are three pics I took while playing around with my remaining pieces of INFI.
I am not sure if we can trade for the SAR, eojk appears to have everything I need but I may be after some military equipment. Can you send me an...
Are you getting my emails? :confused:
I have never done business with them but I have talked to the owner on the phone and the guy seemed to know his knives.