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    Username Post: Restore the USN jack knife?        (Topic#919008)
    pete120
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    01-21-12 09:37.26 - Post#2433862    



    I own a Union machine tool USN jack knife. It was used improperly, consequently; the bade has some small chips in it. It is a family antique, so I will never use it. Do people restore knifes? If so, would it hurt the "value" of the knife? I know that polishing coin ruins the value. On the other hand, I know that restoring a 70 Baracuda ups the value. I know nothing about knifes. Anybody care to give me there wisdom?
     


    brianWE
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    01-21-12 10:52.43 - Post#2433909    


        In response to pete120

    This might be better discussed in the Mil Knives Forum.
    This one is brand-specific and doesn't get a lot of attention.

    That said, decent pictures will help a great deal.

    Brian W Edginton
    The Truth will make you free......and very, very alone.





     


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