Need a good fix

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MUD
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Need a good fix

Postby MUD » Wed Oct 04, 2017 2:20 pm

I found this PK-2 awhile back, decent price, pretty good shape.
I bought it with the intention of fixing the linerlock, and haven't got around to messing with it til now.
This little project intimidates me some. I know me, I can tear stuff up so good it ain't fit for the job yard. I kinda don't want that here.
I know theres quite a few very good mechanics here, just looking for a little advice.

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My name is Mud,
But call me Alowishus Devadander Abercrombie
That's long for Mud, so I've been told

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Re: Need a good fix

Postby rexstubbins » Sun Oct 15, 2017 9:12 pm

Hey Alowishus Devadander Abercrombie - It's hard to tell exactly what is wrong with it. Any way you can post a picture with the knife at a couple of different angles?
Doug

The words vintage and antique are vague. Actually most words are vague. Even the word vague is vague.


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