Repair an old pocketknife

Repair an old pocketknife
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Make: Projects community member Josh Burroughs restored his grandfather’s old pen knife, and shared his step-by-step photos and instructions with us. For a point of reference, below is what the old knife looked like before he got to work on it. Nice job, Josh!

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  1. Mark Henry says:

    wow.. Nice job Josh! You have very well repaired the old knife .. It is looking very beautiful now.. The photo of the knife with the coin is looking very elegant. 
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