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    I have thought about having my ZK rehandled, but then not being able to return it at SLT for any reason I wanted would be out the window.

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    @ how much $ ?
    If he sends it, I bet it's $0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    I have thought about having my ZK rehandled, but then not being able to return it at SLT for any reason I wanted would be out the window.



    If he sends it, I bet it's $0.
    The only reason I am rehandling is because the wood shrank considerably during the winter. Otherwise it is not a bad handle. (But I like color)

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    Senior Member Johnny.B.Good's Avatar
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    Assuming Bob sees the email, or has a good assistant, he'll send it free of charge. It would be silly not to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    The only reason I am rehandling is because the wood shrank considerably during the winter.
    First bring the knife to Sur la table where they'll probably give you a new one.
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    Dang, Kramer is a no go. But I still like him, no harm no foul.

    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    First bring the knife to Sur la table where they'll probably give you a new one.
    True, they probably would, but that would be no fun. Any excuse for a new handle is a good one.

    Just going to have to go brass rivets all around.

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    Senior Member Johnny.B.Good's Avatar
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    I can't believe this. How much would an inch of pin stock cost him? I'm disappointed.

  7. #17
    make the pins! If you are looking for a project. Just go to a hobby store for airplanes or model trains, buy the little lengths of tubing, and then go get some of that clothing dye from wherever that stuff is these days and dye the epoxy black! It's one inch, you wont need any fancy technique to get the glue down in there, just glob it on the interior pins, and fill it with your finger.

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