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Username Post: Anyone ever hydrodip a knife?        (Topic#943422)
Heshp
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02-15-17 10:32.35 - Post#2628562    



Hey guys. I saw my buddy hydrodip his rims and a glock 9 the other day and was thinking about trying it with some of my knives. Just wondering if anyone on here has done this and or has any tips. Thanks
 
antonio_luiz
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02-21-17 22:10.32 - Post#2628630    


    In response to Heshp

Errrr - why would you bother?

This process seems to me like it would do nothing to enhance a knife's primary function = cutting ability
I'm paranoid only cause everyone's out to get me!


 
brianWE
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02-22-17 11:11.29 - Post#2628641    


    In response to antonio_luiz

I had to Google Hydrodip.....and I am compelled to ask "why", also.

Novelty?
And, wouldn't that become old?
brianWE
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OdinsRaven13
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04-04-17 04:33.04 - Post#2629070    


    In response to Heshp

I had a fixed Blade hydro dipped, looked cool, but a waste of $. The second I took it out of the kydex sheath - boom, large scratch down the blade and graphics. If it's a showpiece I'd say go for it, but if you are going to actually use it, I'd say don't waste your time or $.
 
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