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      Done! If you can ship to Aus? I'll ping ya a PM. I've worn this 007 Yobokies mod almost every day for about 12 years now (and actually...
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      cotedupy reacted to Danzo's post in the thread WTS Watch. Nh35 submariner build with Like Like.
      It does have a screw down crown and threaded case back. It’s plenty water proof at this point but that’s me assuming I don’t have a...
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      cotedupy replied to the thread Scissor sharpening.
      I knew I had seen a thread about this recently! So... I'm gonna need to take some rust off these, and then start quite low I think...
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      cotedupy reacted to refcast's post in the thread Scissor sharpening with Like Like.
      You need a stick to adjust the twist of the blades too. You need to be able to disassemble the pivot to sharpen the blades. There are...
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      cotedupy replied to the thread Stabilized Handles.
      Ah dammit... I thought I had come up with a clever new idea here: Show us your sticks (finished handle projects)...
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      cotedupy reacted to blokey's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      Like other said, depends on the maker. Alot of times cheaper stabilized wood can feel like just plastic without any desirable quality of...
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      cotedupy reacted to tostadas's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      I mentioned in the massdrop thread but here is probably more appropriate. I don't think that the stabilization on its own is the reason...
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      cotedupy reacted to LostHighway's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      As @daddy yo yo noted they usually feel quite plastic-y/non-organic and often are slippery. I do, however, have stabilized handles from...
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      cotedupy reacted to Bensbites's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      I prefer stabilized woods becauss they are lower maintenance, I consider the additional weight a drawback. I prefer a forward balanced...
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      cotedupy reacted to EricEricEric's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      The good thing is that it makes it heavier harder and stronger and prevents water absorption
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      cotedupy reacted to daddy yo yo's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      Just a rough guess (I am not against it) but stabilized wood is heavy and looses its natural feeling. It basically feels like any...
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      cotedupy replied to the thread Stabilized Handles.
      Yeah liquid CA will be perfect for that kind of thing, and now you'll have a handle finished to exactly the level you want it :).
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      cotedupy reacted to Barmoley's post in the thread Stabilized Handles with Like Like.
      Thanks guys. Yeah the split is very thin with the grain but goes all the way through to the tang hole. So I am thinking the liquid type...
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      cotedupy replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      Certainly are :). And yeah - you can get a kinda combi effect on Washitas that have been cut parallel to layers in the rock, which is...
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      cotedupy reacted to Logan09's post in the thread The Washita Thread with Like Like.
      Washitas I'm assuming? One on right is somewhat translucent on one side and not the other(also different coarse)
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