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Friday, November 20, 2009

about my pocket knives that i use a special rough rider

hi folks , i had three pocket knives that i bought , and i tried alot of the rough riders , i found one that had three blades that worked well for woodcarving, and i love the knife , all three were sold , i am trying to get more ,,, the blades i found worked the best is hard to fine, i did put in an order to the supplier and he told me two to three months before i see this one again,,, so i will keep looking for the same blades, combo ,,, i resharpen them , or you can yourself, i will keep you informed when i have more available, it take a bit to get them sharpen but once you do , its a great pocket knife to take with you if you travel, and the blade holds up great, took me a while to find the right rough rider,

2 comments:

Hal in Seattle said...

Arleen
Have you tried Bladematrix , I got my roughrider from them amd they have what your after i'm sure, check them out.Check out my Blogg it has my Rough Rider I converted.

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