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Crazy Canuck

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Hope everyone's weekend is off to a great start!

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Case 47 Stockman, Redmeadow Cowbell
 

sunknife

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Nice pair of working knives Greg . I would hope that you will post pictures of your process on the Quivers my friend .

Harry

Looking forward to the finished quivers !!!!

Thanks, Harry & Gev. :thumbsup: My leather working skills are not very polished so I'll have to see how the finished quivers look before showing pics.:):D

Used the 35 again today in the shop. (recycled pic)
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paulhilborn

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I saw the old Case XX 6207 with snapped tip and had to have it. I could have easily used it as it was but I like a fine tipped blade. After a few minutes with the belt sander its very tippy once again, albeit a wee bit shorter. a very fine knife and a pattern I fancy:thumbsup: Re-tipped, sharpened, oiled and lightly cleaned up.
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Old Engineer

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I saw the old Case XX 6207 with snapped tip and had to have it. I could have easily used it as it was but I like a fine tipped blade. After a few minutes with the belt sander its very tippy once again, albeit a wee bit shorter. a very fine knife and a pattern I fancy:thumbsup: Re-tipped, sharpened, oiled and lightly cleaned up.
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Nice job on the Re-Tip Paul .

Harry
 
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