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Farrier rasp question? #8447061 11/13/21 02:53 AM
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I’ve got a buddy looking to unload a a bunch of old used farrier rasps. Any idea on the market value for these? Figure they’ll have resale value to knife makers above scrap value.


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Re: Farrier rasp question? [Re: dkershen] #8447810 11/14/21 02:31 AM
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First of all they need not to be case hardened, a lot of the new ones are and are worthless to a knifemaker. I use them a lot and test them by bringing them up to temp and water quench them. I put them in a vise and see if the tail breaks or bends, if they bend they go in the trash.
I buy old ones from Texas Farrier Supply in Mansfield Tx. for $5.00 each. All I've ever bought from them were usable, I recently had a farrier that my brother uses give me 10, all were worthless.

Forgot to mention, I only bring the tail up to temp in a gas forge.

If they will work, I then anneal them and turn a five buck rasp into 5 or 6 hundred bucks.

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