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Author Topic: Knife restoration.  (Read 145 times)

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Offline tangle tooth

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      Winter project I'm working on now. I found an Old Timer pointer finger or whatever it's called. The handle is in good shape and, for the most part, the blade is too, except for some fairly deep pitting. My plan is to make it a working knife again.
      What can I use to restore the blade? I have some graphite I thought might work. Not a rush project.
      Anyone have ideas as to what might work best? Thanks.
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you tube could help you on that project I would think...   good luck!!
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Gota a picture??
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This might take awhile. Working on a couple of pictures.
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