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Old 02-15-2013, 10:29 AM   #31
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Oh oh oh.... I got me 1 of those tools they used in that video to sharpen the shovels. I'm going to go buy a new head for mine!!! I wonder if there's a head I could buy to sharpen my axes>>>?
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recurve> don't forget I want to see your kitchen AND your outdoorsy type knife "duds"!!!
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River> in that post of mine where I took a photo of my cleaver..... waaaaay over on the other side of that photo is a serrated Cutco knife. That's the knife that's taking all the abuse around here. I lose that knife all the time because I'm constantly running around with it outside. You said this about that Buck knife, "useful for chores around the house when you do not want to dull a kitchen knife". Is there anything out there that's serrated that you could turn me onto? Something that I could buy so that I could keep the Cutco in the drawer where it belongs? I'm tired of losing it and if I bought something like that for outside.... I could spray paint the handle fluorescent pink so it'd be easier to find.
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Old 02-15-2013, 11:25 AM   #32
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Here is the squidoo definition:

Bastard File

It has broad diagonal cutting lines on the surface. There is a tang which is sometimes hafted into a wooden handle.
So it's basically a really rough file with sometimes a tang? hafted?
Looks like I hafted go to the garage to tang my shovel inside and file upon it.
Jeese That's like telling m my shoes sometimes have a splurk attached with a glink cord.
Thanks, and I really do mean that in a good kind of way. Hazel Nut.

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Old 02-15-2013, 12:06 PM   #33
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recurve> don't forget I want to see your kitchen AND your outdoorsy type knife "duds"!!!
Will do! I'm having an issue with my computer not recognizing a new SD card I got so as soon as I get this sorted out I'll get some pics up for ya.
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