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    Username Post: ID a stone manufacturer?        (Topic#922431)
    DirtyBlackSocks
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    05-03-12 06:55.39 - Post#2467337    



    Cleaning up around the house and I find an arkansas stone (very small, for touch up or field carry) that I don't remember ever buying.

    It's in a cheap leather pouch, front of the pouch has a shield with a sword going through it, and inside the shield are the letters P and S in old English style lettering.

    I can take a picture if that's not descriptive enough, but figured some one would know.
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