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    • Legion74
      Unless the edge is REALLY gone, a GS500 should sharpen a Kabar just fine. I would then give it a few licks on a natural stone like a...
    • Legion74
      I use mineral oil from the feed store, about $17gal. I don't need anything thinner for knifes or edged tools. It's probably the exact...
    • Legion74
      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      Not sure, but possibly. Intuitively I'd guess less than bar soap/lather, but just a guess.
    • Legion74
      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      Be a bit careful with soap on stones that are a little porous (like washita), because soap scum can get trapped in the stone and is very...
    • Legion74
      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      Another oldie for the collection.
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      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      That's $1.50 US dollars, so with the current Aussie dollar value, what I paid seems not totally unreasonable. :P
    • Legion74
      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      Found something I have been keeping an eye out for for a while now. A vintage Norton (maybe Pike) India/Washita combo stone.
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      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      I don't remember what I paid for mine, it was over ten years ago, but it wasn't cheap. I've not looked at them recently.
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      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      I don't think the fracture is going to effect much, but yeah, a little pricey.
    • Legion74
      Legion74 replied to the thread The Washita Thread.
      Nice knife. I have one with a similar blade but different scales.
    • Legion74
      Legion74 replied to the thread lets have a new razor thread..
      If you don't mind a little patina, just get in there with some metal polish (like Autosol) and it will shine it and knock any active...
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