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Lost knife was found!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jan Carter Dec 10, 2015. 3 Replies

About a year ago,I bought an old Camillus knife in a pawn shop. It was in horrible shape, but I eventually got it fixed up and carried it as my EDC often. This past July my family went on vacation to…Continue

2 new knives

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen L. Corley Jul 6, 2014. 11 Replies

Last week I ordered 2 knives from Kennesaw Cutlery Co. The knives I purchased are the Case U.S.M.C. Fighting Knife, and a United Cutlery Combat Commander Boot Knife. They both appear to be solid well…Continue

Chat problem

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jan Carter Jan 21, 2014. 19 Replies

I'm not getting anything in chat. I'm not even showing other people on line. Jan, I tried to message you about this but I can't send messages.

Bear and Son Muskrat Pattern Review "Again"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Hanner Jul 25, 2013. 1 Reply

Well, on my previous attempt at a review I deleted the whole thing by accident, while editing it. Maybe I can finish this one without any problems. I'll start by saying it appears to be a sold knife.…Continue

 

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Stephen L. Corley replied to Tobias Gibson's discussion Which steel would you choose?
"420J2 is crap no matter what it is coated with. 420HC and 12C27 should perform about the same."
Jan 15, 2016
Jan Carter replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Lost knife was found!
"OMG, NOOOOOOOOOO"
Dec 10, 2015
Stephen L. Corley replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Lost knife was found!
"They didn't return it."
Dec 10, 2015
Jan Carter replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Lost knife was found!
"LMAO! Stephen, You may very well be the only person I know that TSA helped find and return a knife too !!  Congrats on the return"
Dec 9, 2015
Stephen L. Corley posted a discussion

Lost knife was found!

About a year ago,I bought an old Camillus knife in a pawn shop. It was in horrible shape, but I eventually got it fixed up and carried it as my EDC often. This past July my family went on vacation to Orange Beach, Al. When I got home, I realized I didn't have my knife in my pocket. I searched my truck and suitcase and couldn't find it. I figured I left it in the condo In Al. In which case I would never see it again.Well, this past weekend my sister came over after returning from her honeymoon.…See More
Dec 9, 2015
Stephen L. Corley replied to Doug Ritter's discussion WI Switchblade Appeals Court Decision
"Maybe I'm being a jerk about this, but if he hadn't been carelessly showing off  with his knife, he wouldn't have gotten cut. To quote the Spider Man movie "With great power comes great responsibility." Firearms,…"
Nov 30, 2015
Howard P Reynolds replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Arkansas Black Stones in the group Knife Sharpeners
"Stephen, That knife looks like it will take some abuse, which will probably be necessary, as kids (and even adults) will use a knife that is handy rather than a proper tool - use as a screwdriver, prybar, scraper, etc.  8CR13MOV steel sounds to…"
Sep 25, 2015
Stephen L. Corley replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Arkansas Black Stones in the group Knife Sharpeners
Sep 24, 2015
Stephen L. Corley replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Arkansas Black Stones in the group Knife Sharpeners
"Jan, he has paid very little attention to sharpening. He has done it a little but to get good he will need a lot of practice. This is the knife I got himhttp://www.knifeworks.com/crktcrawfordnatural2aococobolowoodhandleoutburstplain.aspx It's a…"
Sep 24, 2015
Jan Carter replied to Stephen L. Corley's discussion Arkansas Black Stones in the group Knife Sharpeners
"Stephen, Off to college with good sharpening skills and a set of good stones.  Bet he teaches a person or two to sharpen while there.  That is not a bad deal at all on those stones!"
Sep 24, 2015
Stephen L. Corley added a discussion to the group Knife Sharpeners
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Arkansas Black Stones

After I got my Shapton Glass Stones, I put my Arkansas stones in my truck. I carried them around and used them when I needed something while at work, hunting or where ever.Now a few weeks ago, my son wanted me to get him a good defensive knife to have while he is in college. Knowing he would need a set of stones to keep it sharp, I ordered a tri stone set with a black stone for me, and sent my old set with him.I have to say, the Black Arkansas Stone leaves a great edge. It's not toothy like the…See More
Sep 24, 2015
Steve Scheuerman (Manx) left a comment for Stephen L. Corley
Jun 12, 2015
Stephen L. Corley replied to Steve Hanner's discussion Straight Razors in the group Knife Sharpeners
"I've been using my straight razor since April. That gives me about 7 months experience. I have to say that I'm very proud of my improvements and accomplishments with it. The key to razor maintenance is stropping. A good hanging strop with…"
Nov 12, 2014
Stephen L. Corley commented on Ben's group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"68 is still a spring chicken."
Aug 10, 2014
Stephen L. Corley commented on Ben's group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"Charles, you have to have quick reflexes. lol"
Aug 9, 2014
Stephen L. Corley commented on Ben's group Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris
"If you're out in the woods all you have to do is grab them by the tail, swing them around and pop their heads off."
Aug 9, 2014

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SMKW / Knives Live TV
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
1-2 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Case and Benchmade
About Me
Single father with a teenage son
Interests
Squirrel hunting with dogs

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At 17:12 on June 12, 2015, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 19:56 on July 1, 2014, Steve Hanner said…

well I read your comment so just figure best thing is to keep you in my prayers whatever you are facing. Steve

At 5:33 on June 12, 2014, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 20:08 on June 11, 2014, Steve Hanner said…

Sounds good Stephen well try that. I am sure its just a browser connectivity  issue as I have to use different ones too. I have not yet been brave enough to buy a razor much less sharpen and shave with it but I may get there someday!

At 9:56 on June 11, 2014, Steve Hanner said…

Hope its a good day for you my friend!

At 9:12 on August 7, 2013, Steve Hanner said…

I don't know if it will work for you but when I saw it I thought it might be a perfect fit. I am a friend with him on FB so I don't know him personalty. But hey he is a knifemaker so he is out there and advertising. I was just impressed with the pic he had. A whole tray full of blanks all marked with the steel type in black marker. Maybe he has a website or is on eBay or something.  

Here is the other thing, if he does his own heat treat and you tell me the hardness you would like to get maybe he could one custom for you...don't know. Anyway Good Luck maybe it will work out!

At 15:42 on August 6, 2013, Steve Hanner said…

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ryan-W-Knives/118552058232443

This guy does some of his own heat treat as well as uses Peters Heat Treat but he is saying he has blades that are SV90 . Thought you might be interested!

At 10:03 on July 11, 2013, Billy Oneale said…

Welcome to iKC!

At 23:04 on July 10, 2013, Charles Sample said…

Welcome to iKC!  Case is my favorite knife brand.  Glad you got on chat with us tonight.  Hope you can join us Friday night for Knives Live chat.

At 22:03 on July 10, 2013, Ron Cooper said…

 
 
 

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