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    Posted 3 years ago

    Bigship_Iron
    (15 items)

    Hi everyone it’s the Asda Thursday Pocket Knife Club here we are stuck with this one
    Take a good look at the picture that we have circled in red ! What is the sharpe small bits opposite the cutting edge for ?
    Thanks in advance
    Ps/ we have 12 members here now awaiting your comments, thank you

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    1. lzenglish lzenglish, 3 years ago
      Hello, What is the Knife Makers Mark, on the Blade Tangs, if any?
    2. UncleRon UncleRon, 3 years ago
      If I understand your question, what you are seeing is simply the swedges on the badly worn-down the tips of the blades. Manufacturers often cut a bevel on a blade's spine, near the tip, in order to make it easier to penetrate something or to give more room between blades in a multi-blade knife. Sometimes this is referred to as a "false edge" but the purpose is the same. The more interesting feature is the lifting panel to raise the corkscrew which is completely sunk between the handles and otherwise impossible to get at. I have never seen anything like that. Fascinating. And yes: what is the tang stamp?
    3. Bigship_Iron Bigship_Iron, 3 years ago
      Hello guys huge thanks we are trying to get the markings cleaned to be clear on the tang !
      There 13 of the old boys sat in the Asda Thursday Pocket Knife Club ( while there old dear wife’s to there shopping) they send there thanks & respect ! Post soon we will

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