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Re: OT Pocket Knife

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Dell (WA)

02-01-2013 20:33:44

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Tom.........understand where yer cummin' from. I picked up a folding 6-incher with "notches" near the handle off'n a peg at the hardware store. (it was "cheap" and could afford to loose it) I sharpened the "blade" part with mill-file. I use it everywhere, cuttin' bailin' string and wild rose stems. I have a multi-blade Leatherman with very sharp common blade. I used to carry a 2-blade Kersaw with folding fingernail scissors; gott loaned out and never came back. (frown) My Sunday-go-meeting knife is custom made engraved folder that my wife ordered outta the back of an airlines magazine. Super edge. I also have a 3-hone knife sharpener. Best honing oil is "gun-slick" in little toothpaste tube. I also have a "diamond" whetstone that I use on my 6"-folder. Which reminds me, gotta find my 6"-hunting knife, I know where my 12"-Bowie knife is. All I know is I gotta carry a knife (3-blade Buck) in my left pocket to balance out my keys in right pocket, otherwize I walk lop-sided. Remember, them 9-11 terrorists used cheap sliding box cutters. ........Dell, with engraved Wilkinson sword on wall

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02-02-2013 04:20:29

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 Re: OT Pocket Knife in reply to Dell (WA), 02-01-2013 20:33:44  
Dell.....I am surprised "they" allow YOU to carry around sharp things.

My favorite pocket knife is made in GERMANY. Has the brass anchor inlaid in the handle.
3 inches long. GENTLEMAN's knife when well dressed.

THEY made me give it up, once. So, now I just wear my single deer antler around my neck for my religious beliefs. NATURALIST.

Sharp dresser. John,PA

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02-01-2013 20:58:08

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 Re: OT Pocket Knife in reply to Dell (WA), 02-01-2013 20:33:44  
Dell, thanks for the info. The diamond sharpeners are really good-just have to take it slow and easy or you will take away lots of metal fast. I have thought about trying a Kershaw--never have had one..

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