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Thank you Charles !!
I'm a new member and just starting to explore. This seems like a great neighborhood!
i like your shirts.
thank you Sir for the welcome and info! much appreciated
Thank you for the welcome Charles.
And thank you for the invite over in the Arsenal Group area. I will be sure to post there soon.
Thank you for being a featured member!
Thank you for the friend request, :-)
Good evening Charles, thank you for the warm welcome. Looks like a very informative knife community. I really appreciate the knife show information.
Thank you, I appreciate the warm welcome. I took your advice about joining the shooting group also :-)
Charles, Thank you for your friendship! Nice buck! Naah I won't hold the Commodore's thrashing of UT against you......... as long as they don't make a habit of it LOL. Best regards, Bill
Thank you, Charles, for your kind message of welcome. Much appreciated.
Thanks and glad to be here. After many years of buying and selling knives, Ive finally decided to learn something about them, and how to clean, protect and preserve them.
I was fascinated by a quite long and comtentious list of comments back from 2010 and 2011 on differing thought on cleaning blades, or not. It was interesting but left me with no clear answer.
I have tried to remove black crud from blades, especially when the maker's name is not readable, but I've always used non-abrasive materials. WD-40 and Nevr-dull are my main ones.
Do you have any opinion on approach to dirt and rust?
Hey, thanks, Buddy!!
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