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scharms
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Great tips! Love this site!

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Shakes.602
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Good Job on this Way Cool Tute!! [clapper] [clapper] I am gonna have to Try this on My New Fathers Day Knife!! [thumbsup]

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kykiller
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wonder if that would work on a gun reciever. I have an encore that I would like to put a deer scene on one side and maybe elk or ram on the other.

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What is the stincle you are using made from. im gonna try this and just wonderin what i need to get. Thanks
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SoNevada Archer
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very cool!

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How long do you have to keep at it for a final product like yours?

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great tecnic !

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jean-vincent
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thanks for the tip !!

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If you reverse polarity and do a little research on ionic potency, can you reverse this ? ie, apply a different metal(instead of remove)to the blade ?

Chuckc

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Roadkill
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I use a trickle battery charger and add a little vinegar to the salt water. This is too easy and you got an easyto follow technique

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This is sweet!!!! Thanks for posting. I gotta try this.

Jay

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JEFF B
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now thats what i call style [clapper] [clapper]

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