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    Love the profile (actually love the knife period), looks like fun!
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    That's a great rehab job...you have all the aesthetics nailed! Nice bolster mod.
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    Very pretty indeed! I like it when an older blade can be made better than new.

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    This is making me so friggin' excited for my Sab that's coming to me!!!
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    My house is about 120 years old, built by a pretty handy stone mason. We're the 3rd family that's lived in the home. Even after almost 20 years,there's always something popping up when we dig. I found these in a wall by my chicken coop. Nice patina? Nice rehandle project. Brings a new meaning to ODC.

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    I like those shears

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    A 120 year old house made of stone with a chicken coop and buried treasures? Sounds awesome!

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    I have friends that live in " big fancy houses". Their kids come to our place and call it a home. Not too bad for suburbia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    A 120 year old house made of stone with a chicken coop and buried treasures? Sounds awesome!
    My place in Dutchess County is more than 150 years old. The basement is stone and that sucker never, ever leaks. We've been there almost 20 years and it has weathered every storm without a drop. We had a chicken coop (it was originally a chicken farm) but we knocked it down a few years ago because it was just housing wasps. The barn is part of the original farm - it even has the old outhouse! Never found any buried treasure there, although if rocks were a penny a piece I'd be a millionaire.
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