Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by SEMO, Mar 16, 2018.
Great. No hurry in my end.
New one from off the work bench.
‘93 Queen with Ugly yellow delrin handle scales.
Dissassembled and cleaned up.
Added some stag scales and polished for a new lease on life.
You did a lovely job Semo as Schrades Swindon key system is a pain to work on ,as is colonial's patented bolster design, it's the reason I prefer working on more traditional pin through design pocket knives , it's great bringing old knives back to life ,it's one of my favourite jobs I do in my shed for myself and others .
Mr Green Jeans changed clothes!
A nutter’ one...
Age left intact.
Can you see the change??
That camillus looks awesome. Well done sir!
An old broken down Queen, newly crowned.
Nice restoration of a collectible Schrade NY pocket knife.
Stole an old bone scale from a beater scout knife to restore this old Imperial to a new life.
The scout now has two broken scales, but this one has a new chance for pocket time.
You appear to be pretty good at this. Hobby, or business?
Just a hobby. I have repaired a few for others, but mainly just what I come across myself.