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Broke the tip on my knife while field dressing an antelope. Notified Lee and he said send it over, I'll see what I can do. Excellent result.



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Posts: 862 | Location: Wyoming | Registered: 04 April 2009Reply With Quote
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Nice job salvaging that knife.




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Posts: 4793 | Location: Lakewood, CO | Registered: 07 February 2002Reply With Quote
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Just curious, did he give you an ass chewing?
 
Posts: 574 | Location: New Mexico | Registered: 03 February 2013Reply With Quote
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Not even, it's a hunting knife. It's now a better knife than when new. Heavier at the point for better support, shorter blade which I prefer. 3-3.5" blade is my preferred for field work on game, longer for general work. I'm waiting for a short 4" or less, .187 blade with moderate taper to a beefy tip, drop point. We'll see.
 
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Lee's a great guy! tu2
 
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I know it happens , but how did you manage to break that much off the blade tip?


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Posts: 4402 | Location: Eltham , New Zealand | Registered: 13 May 2002Reply With Quote
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Splitting the pelvis.
 
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All I can add is that the knife was properly hollow ground and properly heat treated.

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Posts: 569 | Location: Vancouver, WA | Registered: 28 June 2010Reply With Quote
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Nice job, Lee!

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No problems at all with the knife. If you use your tools you a bound to break something every now and then, Buy with confidence from Lee, great guy to deal with.
 
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