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Old 01-03-2014, 07:31 AM   #1021
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That Tanic is very nice! I've seen lots of nice customs on Instagram lately, but my small sebenza is so nice I haven't been looking to buy anything else.
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Old 01-03-2014, 07:46 AM   #1022
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That Tanic is very nice! I've seen lots of nice customs on Instagram lately, but my small sebenza is so nice I haven't been looking to buy anything else.
A Lot Of People Feel The Chris Reeve's Sebenza Is The Best Folder Out There. I Have The Large Sebenza, But I'm Afraid To "Ding It Up", So I Keep It In Storage.

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Old 01-03-2014, 06:42 PM   #1023
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That's worth way too much, and way too pretty for me to want to use and abuse it, Greg lol. That'd end up being a Gentleman knife, and since I'm not a a Gentleman it'd collect dust.
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Old 01-03-2014, 07:04 PM   #1024
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A Lot Of People Feel The Chris Reeve's Sebenza Is The Best Folder Out There. I Have The Large Sebenza, But I'm Afraid To "Ding It Up", So I Keep It In Storage.

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Old 01-04-2014, 04:26 AM   #1025
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Supposedly Chris Reeve Will Polish & Resharpen Any Of Their Knives For A Small Fee, But, Like Brian Says, I Don't Want To Take The Chance & Use It For An EDC.
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:37 AM   #1026
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Oh no kind sir, that's not what I intended to say. My small sebenza gets carried and used (mainly on weekends) as I don't want the pocket clip tearing up my slacks at work. I paid a decent amount of cash on a finely crafted cutting tool, I want to enjoy carrying it and using it. When the blade dulls, I'll send it in for a service and sharpening. When my son is old enough I want to pass down a used and well taken care of knife that he has memories of me carrying and using, not something that just sat in a safe for years.
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:17 AM   #1027
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Oh no kind sir, that's not what I intended to say. My small sebenza gets carried and used (mainly on weekends) as I don't want the pocket clip tearing up my slacks at work. I paid a decent amount of cash on a finely crafted cutting tool, I want to enjoy carrying it and using it. When the blade dulls, I'll send it in for a service and sharpening. When my son is old enough I want to pass down a used and well taken care of knife that he has memories of me carrying and using, not something that just sat in a safe for years.
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Old 01-04-2014, 07:20 PM   #1028
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My two new Spyderco's should be here on Monday.

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Old 01-04-2014, 08:57 PM   #1029
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I love my SpyderCo Military!

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I have two Delica 4's, one with a combo blade and one with a plan blade, I really like both. What I like best is the grip on those Delica's.
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Alright fellas...need some help. Found this old Barlow knife that my late stepfather gifted me before he passed. It's been sitting in a drawer and looks like hell. How can I clean it up and make it look good again?







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PM Tony, Mac. No Clue, Here.
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Old 01-05-2014, 06:54 PM   #1033
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A little flitz and some elbow grease or judicious use of a dremel-ish tool will do wonders. Initially? I would take some Barkeepers friend to it after cleaning with some carb cleaner to de-gunk and start with a clean knife to start with.
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Mac, if you want to just take off the rust, but leave the patina that's developed on it over the years, the 0000 steel wool and elbow grease. Then coat the blades (and handle if it's bone or stag) in a thin film of oil, I use mineral oil you can get at any pharmacy. This will give you a clean, protected knife that still shows the well earned marks of a lifetime of use. Just my
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I have two Delica 4's, one with a combo blade and one with a plan blade, I really like both. What I like best is the grip on those Delica's.
The Delica is one great EDC knife.

I have two other Spyderco's as well, and like their products just a bit more than the Benchmade's I have owned.
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Mac, if you want to just take off the rust, but leave the patina that's developed on it over the years, the 0000 steel wool and elbow grease. Then coat the blades (and handle if it's bone or stag) in a thin film of oil, I use mineral oil you can get at any pharmacy. This will give you a clean, protected knife that still shows the well earned marks of a lifetime of use. Just my
Totally agree with Derek on this one. You may need to take it apart if the action is gritty but I would try to avoid it unless it is necessary.
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Totally agree with Derek on this one. You may need to take it apart if the action is gritty but I would try to avoid it unless it is necessary.
Tony, if I take it apart...there will be extra pieces laying around when I put it back together.

Thanks for the input fellas.
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They arrived. The Spyderco PM2 is off the hook. Tramendous fit and finish with great ergonomics. They Delica 4 is also sweet.

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They arrived. The Spyderco PM2 is off the hook. Tramendous fit and finish with great ergonomics. They Delica 4 is also sweet.

Beautiful Pair, Ryan! Enjoy!
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Looks good Ryan
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