Hand Tools

Subject:
Re: A knife for what purpose, Wiley?

Joe shelton
OK, you first must delete item 4 from your task list. You should be particular about what populates item 8.

You get extra credit for usage: "Fixing" is excellent and reference to a knife that 'walks and talks' is even better.

Now, go into the shop, use two scraps of a soft word, and tighten up on the pin. Then use abrasives judiciously to level the exposed end or ends of the pin, and polish to a degree that suits you and the knife. That's a good knife, and deserves a tune up even if you get one for the other pocket.

And thanks for writing about pocket knives, too.

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