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His first knife will likely be sentimental so a quality knife will mean even more to him when he's an adult.
Get it for him and only let him use...
It looks to me like it probably had serrations that were ground off. Dont look anything like a 532, dont what a raptor is though.
put a block of wood against it and tap it.
Polishing it may make it easier to see as they may not be the same aluminum.
I woulda thought you were old enough to remember that one. The huffing of that other crap is the "new definition".
Is that a modified 124?
That 805 doesn't appear to be the shape of the 105.
For less than the price of the 119 Pro you could get a standard 119 and a 105.
I can't decide which is better touch it up more frequently easier...
As for pin removal I have yet to see one that you couldn't find the pin on one side or the other if you hold it in the light right. Mine didn't...
First off, I havn't done one, I have repaired one but had the advantage of a barrel nut. I did do stacked lucite and g10 on a 105 and even though...
Then you get a much better discount than 20%.
The 710 Volt also.
That's just an excuse. Or your in denial. LOL
Be careful! Thats how I got started. Now i own quite a few i wont likely use. insert roll eyes emoji here.
BCCI is well worth joining.
I may have one of the 20% off cards if theres no expiration on it, i would mail to you. Or email if they accepted a copy.
They did the 415 with black rubber and also all camo handle, but it still isn't cheap.
Nice one, I came close on that one, had it been a 105 I probably would've gotten it.
Boy if they had a done them hat pins back in the 80's I woulda been all over them.
I hate rust, if I could have every tool I own in SS that would be great.
I do have a couple insulation knives that are D2 and they have rust on...
The first pic looked like an etch on the S30, but that 2nd one definitely looks like a stamp.