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Re: TL-29
Reply #120 on: April 14, 2024, 12:21:40 AM
Me too  :D


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Re: TL-29
Reply #121 on: April 14, 2024, 05:43:03 AM
Fantastic collection Adam !    :like:


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Re: TL-29
Reply #122 on: April 14, 2024, 11:34:41 PM
 :iagree: thanks for sharing Adam, I have been a bit obsessed over TL-29s the last few weeks.  This is a Colonial I have been working on. Old snap on scales were in shambles and the blades were loose as can be. 
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Here is a pre ‘72 M Klein & Sons that had a terribly chipped blade I tried to salvage, and ended up converting it to a single blade. 
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  It seems like there are a lot of these great knives laying around in partial disrepair that can be brought back.


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Re: TL-29
Reply #123 on: April 15, 2024, 01:57:57 AM
:iagree: thanks for sharing Adam, I have been a bit obsessed over TL-29s the last few weeks.  This is a Colonial I have been working on. Old snap on scales were in shambles and the blades were loose as can be.   [ Quoting of attachment images from other messages is not allowed ]    [ Quoting of attachment images from other messages is not allowed ]  
Here is a pre ‘72 M Klein & Sons that had a terribly chipped blade I tried to salvage, and ended up converting it to a single blade.   [ Quoting of attachment images from other messages is not allowed ]   It seems like there are a lot of these great knives laying around in partial disrepair that can be brought back.

Nice work  :tu:

There are definitely plenty of them out there needing a little work and available for a good price. Once I have completed my move and have a work area set up, I plan to start working on some I have.


 

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