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    Five blems and bargain for 11/1

    EMS sent earlier on 18" 31 ounce M-43 by Kumar, Satisal Wood handle. Slight shrinkage of wood handle. Bargain at $100 even.
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    Hot August Night Special HI Indo Sword, Bamboo cutter and Awesome buys for 8/10

    EMS 21 inch 24 ounce Gelbu Special by lachhu. Neem wood handle. $125.
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    Hot August Night Special HI Indo Sword, Bamboo cutter and Awesome buys for 8/10

    EMs 19-1/2 inch 22 ounce Kobra by Ram Kumar with dark sisau wood handle. $95
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    Lachhu Monster Khukuri

    Good for you Phil. It is almost as big as our Angs
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    Storing pocket knives safely

    Rick, may I ask what kind of VCI you are using. I am checking into this, but it looks like some would work better for knives than others. I would appreciate any information you can give. Thanks.
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    Storing pocket knives safely

    Rick, I have not heard of VCI but I will check into it. Sounds interesting. I don't store any celluloid knives with my good ones, but am concerned about containers. Archive boxes are a special cardboard and I hate to do the because if stacking and segregation restraints. All thoughts are...
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    EDC X Which knife or knives are you carrying today?

    I rotate 2 William Henry ZDP-189 knives and 1 vintage Case Canoe Red Stag knife.
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    Storing pocket knives safely

    I collect very nice old and valuable pocket knives. I store them in a safe, humidity controlled resting on archival paper, but in plastic jewelry trays. Now I am worried about the plastic trays. I think lots of collectors would appreciate your thoughts and experiences about protecting special...
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    2 Books, "The Story of Buck Knives" for Sale

    I don't know what they are worth. I will ask $50 for each of them. If they are worth less, please make a reasonable offer. Thanks.
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    2 Books, "The Story of Buck Knives" for Sale

    Both are 1991 First Editions. I have 1 Book barely used Signed by Chuck Buck in 1999, and 1 Book still in its shrink wrap. I will be out most of Wednesday, August 10th but will answer in sequence. I will take the first fair offer for each. I should be able to check early afternoon...
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    Farid K2 REX 121

    Has it been sharpened? Blade loss? Reprofiled? What did the owner use it for? I have had a few of these and I am interested, but not without complete history and a realistic price.
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    Buck Lux

    Yeah, I know, I asked to have one of them closed. Sometimes it takes too long. Thanks for the update.
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    Buck Lux

    Thanks. I really appreciate the info.
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    Buck Lux

    Has anyone heard of these little knives? They are being advertised cheap, but I can't find them on the Buck site.. What gives?
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    Buck Lux

    Has anyone heard of this knife? It is cheap but it is not on the Buck site. What gives?
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    Looking for Recomendations

    Moderator, please close thread. Thank you.
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    Surface grinding, Stonewashing, Electro Ti anno(solid color), CNC, etc..

    I collect vintage Case Knives and Buck 110 knives. Often I get them with blades scratched. Do you do this kind of repair work? I try to do it myself, but I'm not very good at finishing a blade to a good shine.
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    Looking for Recomendations

    I am looking for personal recommendations from those who have had this work done before. I have a few vintage Case Folding Hunters that need to have the blades reground to look good. Often I get them that are quite scratched. Also, I have 8 of Farids D6 Mules and one of his D3 Tanto blades...
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    Rehandles,filework,MULES!Cleanups,polish,sharpen,e ct.

    Mr. Seals could you please contact me, I have some case knives that need blade work and several mules that need handles, [email protected] Thanks
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    Farid's REX 121

    Thank you Farid for this information. I didn't want to bring back memories of you working with that steel, but it is good to have the actual numbers. I think quite a few wanted to know just how many. You are the king of hard steels and it is important for posterity that the record is...
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