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Knife Repair, Modification, Restoration & Improvement

This group is hosted by D ale, for knife enthusiasts who are interested in repairing, modifiying, restoring or improving knives, including fixed blades, folders and automatics of all types.

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an old butcher knife...

Started by Dan Neyhouse. Last reply by D ale Dec 17, 2019. 4 Replies

Hello everyone, Merry Christmas! I found an old Robeson ShurEdge butcher knife awhile back, in a flowerbed of all places. Cleaned it up a bit, it's still pitted, and from what I've been able to find online, not worth much. I would like to reuse this…Continue

Premium Knife supply - Blade blanks for customization

Started by Brad T.. Last reply by Brad T. Sep 25, 2019. 133 Replies

Over the last week I acquired 4 blade blanks for customization. The materials they use for their "S" line of products are 440C, manufactured in China.The ones I selected are pictured below:…Continue

Tags: Customize, handles, Supply, Knife, blanks

Mikov kit

Started by D ale. Last reply by D ale Aug 23, 2019. 56 Replies

 Here's a place to share resources.The pics will provide something to aspire too.Share a little about your kit experience !!! …Continue

Scale replacement of a factory pinned knife.

Started by D ale. Last reply by Flint Bone Feb 23, 2019. 37 Replies

My Sweetheart asked me for a knife .. made my day !!!Specifically .. she wanted a Doctor's Knife .. for the inherent pillbuster feature.I showed her the ones I have .. a Kinsfolk (by Queen for Case) .. a couple Queen std # 96 .. a Case Baby Doc…Continue

Becker BK7 handle

Started by Laura. Last reply by Laura Jan 21, 2019. 7 Replies

I replaced the black plastic scales with aftermarket ones, then cut, sanded and glued orange liners from a sheet of .06" G10.https://photos.app.goo.gl/9KuWJrJHz2fUJKtH70Continue

Auction Knives - Vintage Knife Blades Available!

Started by Bryan W Dec 10, 2018. 0 Replies

please come take a look!Continue

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Comment by Terry Waldele on April 24, 2010 at 1:17
Dale, thanks for providing me some sources of knife handle pins. I'll check them out.
Comment by D ale on April 23, 2010 at 23:39
Terry .. you might try some of the industrial supply houses .. like Grainger\MSC\McMaster Carr ..

.. didn't see any NiAg on McMaster Carr .. found some brass pin stock though .. metric & std .. http://www.mcmaster.com/#brass-round-stock/=6sloj4
Comment by Terry Waldele on April 19, 2010 at 1:35
Thanks, Daniel, for the tip about using a metal lathe to turn the pins to the proper size. I'll look into it ASAP.

P.S. Welcome to our group!
Comment by Daniel Howland on April 18, 2010 at 6:54
Greetings folks, Thank you Terry and Dale for making me aware of this new group. I was reading about your pinning problems Terry, If you own or know someone who owns a metal lathe you could turn the pins to any size you need. I have had the same issues when repinning balasongs, you never know what size pin your going to see.
Comment by Terry Waldele on April 12, 2010 at 20:38
I finished restoring the multi-blade knife made in Europe (don't know which country, but it is stamped "C/H" with the letters superimposed like an old cow brand. I used an acrylic pen blank to make the handle slabs, because pen blank "bricks" cost about one-third as much as celluloid. The restored knife is beautiful, but the blades don't have as much snap as before because the new pins aren't perfectly matched to the holes in the blades and springs. I'll probably never restore another metric-sized pinned knife again. Oh well, live and learn!
Comment by Jakub Capek on April 12, 2010 at 15:04
your right, sometimes its very difficult to get the two systems to work. I always find it difficult when I need to calculate some specifications that I find in US articles or documents and it is frustrating to have to transfer them to the metric system. Terry, you could probably order pins and other necessary parts from Europe when repairing European knives, could probably save you alot of hassle if not time...
Comment by Terry Waldele on April 11, 2010 at 5:28
I learned something about knife repair today: Nickel silver pins sized in fractions of an inch won't fit into the metric-sized holes in a multi-blade folder from Europe without a lot of tedious, careful re-sizing of them.
Comment by Jakub Capek on April 8, 2010 at 13:50
This group is a good idea, I think many of us have knives that are in need of some repair or touch up, so lets see some pics with knives in different stages of repair!
 
 
 

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