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November 2010 Blog Posts (6)

About Convex


Lansky does't make convex.

And I use "KITANO COMP Ⅰ.

This is the sharpner to make convex.

Use Waterproof sandpaper,and rubber sheet.

Added by Tosirou Hiraki on November 20, 2010 at 5:48 — No Comments

About LANSKY

It's very easy.

And no needs skill.

I get sharpness of the edge to make burr

and remove it.

So, diamond fine is enough for me.

That makes burr fast.…

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Added by Tosirou Hiraki on November 19, 2010 at 5:11 — 2 Comments

Bradley Mayhem

Let's start this off by saying that I love this knife. It is of excellent quality, excellent materials, and possesses excellent design. However, it is most certainly not above criticism. I have owned a few other high quality balisongs in the past including the revered Benchmade model 42 and some Bradley Kimuras. From tip to tang, this knife screams quality. S30V blade steel, titanium handle slabs, slim yet sturdy pocket clip, tight spring latch and fairly large pivots make this knife feel and… Continue

Added by Alex Rakotz on November 18, 2010 at 7:49 — No Comments

About Hair Slicing Video Ⅱ

I used LANSKY SHARPNING SYSTEM.

And fine daimond stone.・・・・That's a merely "file",I think.

Why???

I hope・・・・・・・

May someone try it. And may gets same result!!

That process is simple and…

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Added by Tosirou Hiraki on November 17, 2010 at 12:46 — No Comments

About Hair Slicing Video

That Knife is't a razor.

That is my utility knife.

And I shapened it ordinary.

That Knife can slice hair,as a result.

I don't want to slice hair.

There is no need to do…

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Added by Tosirou Hiraki on November 16, 2010 at 13:45 — No Comments

The story of the 1942 Imperial W.C. Fields/Mae West Toothpick

My Grandpa bought this knife for my collection back around 1970 from an antique store out in Wichita KS. Even though the story that went with it was fun, there was no written documentation and he always asured me that he paid no high premium for it. I've always taken the tale with a grain of salt, you should too. It goes like this. The movie "My Little Chickadee" starring W.C. Fields and Mae West was released around 1941. It…

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Added by Rob Gregg on November 5, 2010 at 20:57 — 10 Comments

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