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Bowie Knife #7126143
03/28/18 07:40 PM
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Have a Schrade blade. Can one sharpen the top curved part without damage to steel?

Re: Bowie Knife [Re: Dalee7892] #7126386
03/28/18 11:48 PM
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Yes, it can be sharpened.
You don't want to get the steel too hot.

I'm not sure about the legalities as far as a "carry knife" goes.

I know they have changed some of the Laws on what is allowed, but can't quote any specifics.

I'd check into the current regulations before you start.

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