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Figure that it was time to put up a couple more photos.


This very sad monster is a Medford Praetorian, and the owner (a friend of mine) sadly tried to sharpen it on the electric kitchen knife sharpener that he had, thinking it would work. This is a $600 D2 tough as nails beast of a knife. The grind bevel was a total mess, and it had some decent chips.
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It took forever, but, the bevel is even, and all of the chips are gone. Did a bunch of TLC on the blade as well, to clean it up. couldn't turn the action, since Medfords use such goofy hardware to stop folks from messing with them.
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This is a pretty rare little unicorn. Szabo Darby, it's been well used and needed some love. This little knife is a total tank, and seriously over built.
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Thick blade stock. Tough to tell with the top bevels, but it is thicker than the pencil.
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In progress photo of a Leatherman Wave that was extremely unhappy.
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Give this one a bump, since I’m caught back up. Added a Youtube page if you want to see more work.



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Some folks said the link wasn’t working, so, I may have messed that up, try this again. If it doesn’t work, John Holliday Knife Sharpening should take you to it. I’m not that blessed at understanding this fancy stuff.



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