Rusty Old Pocket Knife Restoration

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Bushradical

Bushradical

2 yıl önce

I just picked up an old, rusty, vintage pocket knife. In this video I'll clean it up and sharpen it. Nothing beats a vintage pocket knife!!! With a little oil, some paper towel, some sand paper and elbow grease, we'll put it back into use!
Dave Whipple

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Larry Eddings
Larry Eddings 2 yıl önce
When I was a kid, my grandmother, who had a lot of grandsons, thought every boy ought to own and know how to use a pocket knife. While helping her on the farm, I needed my pocket knife numerous times daily. I’m now 67 years old and still always carry a good pocket knife. She usually wound up buying Hammer Brand knives on her trips to town because they were affordable and good quality, I still have one now. Thanks, Dave, you made me smile.
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos 2 yıl önce
Jesus Christ powerful Holy and Saviour of Humanity bless you and your family friend👏🌺
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I'm glad you enjoyed the video Larry. Your grandmother sounds like she was a cool lady
alanj
alanj Yıl önce
Thanks for the great video and advice, Dave. Always enjoy watching your channel. I have several small/pocket knives that could use some attention and care. Looking forward to getting them back in tip-top shape. It’s a shame how people just throw things away these days instead of bringing them back to life. They don’t realize that new doesn’t mean better. New things are made so cheaply. I’d much rather have something of quality that is older.
Randy's Travels
Randy's Travels 2 yıl önce
Great little video Dave. I've spent a lot of time sittin around outside cleaning up old tools & knives with my moccasins on. I have a pair of moccasins on right now that my friends told me to throw away 2 years ago. I just stitched & glued on new soles. They're too comfortable to throw away. Thanks for sharing eh!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
LOL, I think of them as all terrain mocs. LOL
Tim Woods
Tim Woods 2 yıl önce
Do more of these restoration vlogs dave. I truly enjoyed it.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Tim. I enjoy doing them.....but we'll see how they do with views.
MamaLu
MamaLu Yıl önce
Thanks for this video! I’ve had my eye on a few vintage Girl Scout knives similar to this- all in similar condition. I haven’t purchased them bc I was sure if they could be restored but now I know all the tricks!
Joe shaun Meredith
Joe shaun Meredith 2 yıl önce
I'll definitely be doing that I know where to get loads of those old knives thanks for the inspiration im now of to watch your wife's channel. Take care 👍 and all the best
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos 2 yıl önce
Jesus Christ powerful Holy and Saviour of Humanity bless you and your family friend👏🌺
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Joe. Good luck knife hunting
Lindsay Little
Lindsay Little 2 yıl önce
Hi Dave, So good to see you redo an otherwise castaway knife. I love it when people can see" beyond the rust". Great feeling of satisfaction. I redid my Dad's old hand planes and hand saws. I always feel close to him as he always took care of his tools. I never did until later in life. Now I see the real value in things made right here long ago when quality mattered. Besides I like to be cheap. LOL!! Any plans to do concrete back in AK this summer? Hot over here in the Arrowhead , but cooling off tomorrow. 50 is my 90 degrees LOL! Hi to Brooke and thanks for a great video!
cillaloves2fish
cillaloves2fish 2 yıl önce
@Lindsay Little LOL!!
Lindsay Little
Lindsay Little 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical sounds great Dave. Hope to see a video before you leave. No roof repair this time, right? LOL!!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Hey Lindsay, I'll be heading to Alaska for a while this summer but not the whole summer. 50 degrees sounds great!
Everett Weeks
Everett Weeks 2 yıl önce
Another great video. Always looking forward to your content. Love the down to earth practical bush technology...... spray silicone is better than the good old wd-40, the forty will lead to rust later down the road. Just my experience.... don't always comment, but am always watching. Keep up the great work. Lots of love and support on you both.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks 👍
Vulgar_Gimmicks
Vulgar_Gimmicks Yıl önce
I had a "blast" restoring a few Klien Tools folders from back in the day. Awesome little knives. Thanks for the vid
Bob Pickard
Bob Pickard Yıl önce
I absolutely enjoy buying old knives and bringing them back to life. I sometimes think they are telling me stories of where they have been and what they've done, some even before I was born.
Dave Kibbey
Dave Kibbey 2 yıl önce
I have an old Sabre pocket knife that I did a restore on. My favorite knife for cleaning trout and squirrels. It was made in this place called USA. Thanks for the visit. It was fun and interesting as always.
Dave Kibbey
Dave Kibbey 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical I'll have to head down there and check the Trufant flea market out. Happy to hear their open considering our current situation. Thanks for letting me know.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Dave. I saw a Sabre today at the flee market. ( Trufant)
Peter Slabinger
Peter Slabinger 6 aylar önce
Hi Dave, I was watching your video on knife restoration. Two of my knives were sitting in a tin can a rusted and the joints very bad , I could hardly opened them. I soaked them in 10 percent vinegar for about 1/2 hour and the rust literally wiped off with a rag . After that ,I just oiled the joints with DW 40. I was amazed how well it worked.
Noah Count
Noah Count Yıl önce
Nice job on the knife salvage/restoration, so far, Dave. But if you'd like to make that vintage knife look as good as new, have a go at it with a bit of Flitz polish. You'll be pleased and amazed at how much better it will look
Robert Cumming
Robert Cumming 2 yıl önce
Another great video Dave. Great find on an old knife! Next time you're at your local auto parts store, grab a box of tough grade garage surgical gloves and maybe where them to keep all those fluids and cleaners off of your hands. It absorbs through your skin and is hard on your liver!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I brought gloves with me to shoot this video and never put them on. So, that was my fault.
cillaloves2fish
cillaloves2fish 2 yıl önce
Dunno how I missed this one... Nice restoration video Dave!! I've got several old pocket knives I restored too, some I got on my own n others were given to me. I love making an old knife look new again!
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Me too. I just picked up several at a flee market
traderjoes
traderjoes 17 gün önce
I enjoyed this! I like restoring old knives like this into functional pocket art myself
Paul Rice
Paul Rice 2 yıl önce
Your video brought back memories of my dad and his pocket knife collection that I found when cleaning out his house. Nothing expensive but everything was affordable and in pretty good shape,
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thats awesome. I'm glad to hear it.
Mountaincoffee Outdoors
Mountaincoffee Outdoors 2 yıl önce
That knife sure cleaned up well. I kinda had my doubts when I first saw it. Looking at it, it's clear that whatever the scales are made of, they chose well. I have an old Camulis Boy Scout "Whittler" knife where I can tell that the resin scales have shrunk a bit with age. I was just looking up the knife, which I originally thought was probably made in the 80s-90s. However this particular knife was supposedly produced from the late 1947-1969. I suppose that if it's 50+ years old, then it's in great shape even if the scales have pulled back from the bolsters a bit. Now if I can just figure out where the heck I put all my whetstones!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
LOL, good luck searching!
Go Smooth Go Light
Go Smooth Go Light 2 yıl önce
Very interesting process, sir :) I have an old Schrade "Old Timer" I think I'll dig out and restore. Congrats on what appeared to be a successful knife sale ... that was fun to watch! Later, my friend ... God Bless
Go Smooth Go Light
Go Smooth Go Light 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical ... I agree, the color and grain looks awesome. I know you're taking a break from it for now, but I'm looking forward to another possible batch of blades with this handle material. I'm about ready to hit the NST through Lowell soon. Time to get in some dirt time! Take care, my friend! Kihelakayo ... God Bless
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Dave. Yeah, I did good on this batch of knives. I think everyone liked the Bloodwood.
Jody Reay
Jody Reay 2 yıl önce
Very fun and relaxing! Thanks for sharing with us!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thank you
Scott T
Scott T 2 yıl önce
Hey Dave thank you for the video I enjoyed it and you did a good job there cleaning up that old knife and I like it
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Scott
Todd Cox
Todd Cox 2 yıl önce
It turned out well. I like those old pocket knives. They remind me of my grandfather.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I'm glad you liked the video
Keith Haroldsen
Keith Haroldsen 2 yıl önce
We just found you. Very enjoyable and informative. Thanks for all you do.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Welcome! And I'm glad you like the channel
Bill The Mailman
Bill The Mailman 2 yıl önce
Really enjoyed that video,I love old pocket knives. Each one has a story...still have my first old pocket knife from 53 years ago.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Awesome.
Linda Woods
Linda Woods 2 yıl önce
I love that knife,, my grandpa had one almost identical,thank you for sharing.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Linda
Snowzeus
Snowzeus Yıl önce
Great way to spend an afternoon. You’ve probably extended the life about that knife for another 50 years😁🇺🇸
Erium
Erium 6 aylar önce
My grandpa gave me a whole bunch of great little pocket tools over the years, several antique but pristine pocketknives, my first real belt-carried "deer knife", his beautiful Korean War-carried zippo with a big jewelled coat of arms of our family on the front, and a little double barrel .45 derringer when I was a kid. I was way too trusting as a kid and often had lots of friends come over to my house to spend the night and have parties and stuff. One night I had a buddy come over with a kid tagging along behind him I didn't really know that well but had seen around at daycare/middle school throughout the years. I will never forget the morning I woke up and my friend's "friend" had left already...but not before he cleaned out the entire knife / keepsake chest I kept on my dresser, as well as almost all my video games. I think he must have been moving soon or something, and took the opportunity to rob me blind beforehand because I never saw that kid or my stuff again. Years later now that my grandfather is long gone it breaks my heart that some little POS kid stole his things I had to remember him by.
marie leopold
marie leopold 2 yıl önce
Happy you shared this 'clean-up' project with us Dave. SoOOoo nice to see a good, young man 'appreciate' the simple things in life = You're parents raised you well. Here in QC Canada, we are experiencing some mighty muggy weather as well. 'Normal' weather is a thing of the past...it is one day at a time, and I can see that you will fare well through it all. Health and God's blessing on you n' yours!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Marie
Danny Fain
Danny Fain 2 yıl önce
I really enjoyed this video, restoring something most would overlook is very satisfying.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it!
swooper Borlace
swooper Borlace Yıl önce
Just spent my time IN lock down watching Dave clean a knife good video's mate all the best from Australia
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks Swooper
NordicoThor
NordicoThor 8 aylar önce
I have pulled apart a pocket knife my father got from my mother when he started his first job from college. The pocket knife is missing the black inserts and was going to see if I could use antlers from the deer I shot to fit and mold into it but it’d be a stretch due to the shape of the scales area. I wouldn’t be against other options. Let me know if you have any ideas. It’s an imperial Ireland 2 pocket knife. My parents have both past and want to keep a sentimental piece of my fathers and bring it to life a bit. Let me know if you have ideas. Thanks! Love your cabin builds too!
Gary Peterson
Gary Peterson 2 yıl önce
Good stuff Dave. Thank you for not using any power tools. I wonder what the scales are.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Me too. I dont know what they are
Ross Sullivan
Ross Sullivan 2 yıl önce
Simple things become fascinating when you get tired of staying home...
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos 2 yıl önce
Jesus Christ powerful Holy and Saviour of Humanity bless you and your family friend👏🌺
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical Jesus Christ powerful Holy and Saviour of Humanity bless you and your family friend👏🌺
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
LOL, thats funny
Rev. Scruffy
Rev. Scruffy 2 yıl önce
Beautiful old pocket knife brother. I still appreciate a good ol carbon steel blade knife, they serve my purpose and I can't help but like the patina that builds over time. I still carry a old Schrade Stockman and it's been a great knife. Thanks for sharing
Rev. Scruffy
Rev. Scruffy 2 yıl önce
I have an Uncle Henry Canoe pocket knife. Great knives for the value.
Al Perger
Al Perger 2 yıl önce
Mine is an Uncle Henry.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Stockman is a cool pattern.
B Lambert
B Lambert Yıl önce
I remembered that I have my dads old pocket knife and it is in desperate need of cleaning, can't wait to clean it up and give it to my son. Thanks for the lesson.
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
right on
Julie Maddux
Julie Maddux 2 yıl önce
Hey Dave, believe it or not, I have never seen someone restore a knife before. I found this video extremely interesting and informative. That's a nice looking knife. Thank for this video. As always, take care and be safe. See you next time.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Julie
Six10 Creative
Six10 Creative 7 aylar önce
Hey Dave, I asked about your pocket knife in another video, and you kindly responded and told me about it. When you get a chance, maybe you an answer another question for me. I have owned, and still do, many many knives from modern to traditional classics. I think I am jaded to the whole pocket knife community. My goal, and what I have always strived for, is to choose a knife and keep it for life, like my grandad did and possibly your grandad as well. My question to you is, how is it you come to settle on an old fixer up pocket knife like you did? I have seen you using it in many videos, so you must like it. You are well versed on tools and the outdoors, so I am sure you could pick any tool you want, but you chose this vintage pocket knife. Can you provide a little feedback/inspiration for me/us?
Six10 Creative
Six10 Creative 7 aylar önce
Don't guess you need to answer this one. I went back and watched your video from Mar 18, 2017 and pretty well explained it all. Thanks my friend.
Kevin Hardy
Kevin Hardy 2 yıl önce
That's I good find for sure. I find so much good old stuff there. You just cant buy that kind of quality for such a good price anymore.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on
Bob Joncas
Bob Joncas 2 yıl önce
..Always nice to have a good pocket knife,, nice resto..stay safe...
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Bob
Bob Ashmore
Bob Ashmore 2 yıl önce
Awesome little knife, that's a wood carving beast right there.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on
Billie Goodman
Billie Goodman 2 yıl önce
Hey, Dave. Love you Man. Youre everything good and you are everything to Brooke, your children, family, friends and your sub family. I love you so much. Helluva Man!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I appreciate that
Dave Stelling
Dave Stelling 2 yıl önce
We're on the same page here, Dave. I love cleaning up old things and putting them back into service. A great little afternoon project. And, I could smell that PB Blaster all the way over here on the shore of lake Ontario!
alanj
alanj Yıl önce
Dave, you got that right. A restoration channel would be great. There probably are a couple out there. Always wonderful to see things brought back to their former glory.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on. I think just doing restorations would be a good channel in itself. There is nothing better than fixing stuff up
Mountain View Turning
Mountain View Turning 2 yıl önce
Great looking project 👍
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks MVT
Rick Sousa
Rick Sousa 2 yıl önce
Great video, I for sure will be looking for old rusty knives.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
You and me both!
Kevin’s Disobedience
Kevin’s Disobedience 2 yıl önce
I just got one of your custom knives in the mail today. What a beast! The handle feels great. I’ll do a video on it after a use it a little.
Kevin’s Disobedience
Kevin’s Disobedience 2 yıl önce
I just uploaded a video reviewing your knife and a council tool axe. My review of your knife starts at 1:40 if you don’t want to watch the preface. In short, it’s beautiful and does what a knife is supposed to do.
Kevin’s Disobedience
Kevin’s Disobedience 2 yıl önce
I never thought I’d pay two hundred bucks for a knife, but knowing how much work goes into custom knives, and knowing it was made by a guy who actually uses them, I feel like I got a bargain. And the fact that you considered this knife a second because it has a tiny hairline crack is a testament to your integrity. I wouldn’t have even noticed it, and given that it is epoxied and pinned I know it isn’t going anywhere. Thanks Dave, I’ll let you know when I post the video.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Awesome! I'm glad you like it. That Bloodwood is something else. Its heavy and feels like butter. I cant wait to see a vid on it. That will be crazy to see one of my knives on someone else's video.
Scott Williams
Scott Williams 2 yıl önce
Very nice. I have a knife just like that in my desk drawer. Too cool to get rid of, but didn't really know what to do with it. Now I do, thanks!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Have fun getting it back up and running!
DanoLXF
DanoLXF 2 yıl önce
I love resurrecting old neglected knives, good work Dave.
DanoLXF
DanoLXF 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical I'm the same way Dave, I've been slowly working on a 94 suburban that needs a lot of help lol
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
No kidding. What a great way to spend time, making things better. I feel the same way about most everything. I've been working on an f250 I picked up for $350 and I'll be back in Alaska soon and I can wrench on my J-10
Martin Miller
Martin Miller Yıl önce
Nice restoration Dave. I have quite a few slipjoints, but never considered flushing them out with Brake Clean. ... Mike Latham, owner of Collector Knives in Sulphur, Oklahoma (bet it smells great there) recommends using STP to lubricate the actions of slipjoints. STP might bring the "Walk & Talk" back to that small pen knife blade. ... I wish I'd met you when we both lived in Delta Jct. We have a lot in common. Bet we'd have been good friends. ...
Jim Rowland
Jim Rowland 2 yıl önce
Making old castoffs good and useable again could be a valuable skill in the new normal. I have far too many good old knives that have sentimental value and they stay in their boxes. Making some good old knives that don't have sentimental value to me useful again might be a fun pastime.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on. I think its a great pass-time.....sanding and oiling stuff
Jeff Notti
Jeff Notti 2 yıl önce
i love vintage knives... awesome man
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Jeff.
Roberto Gomez
Roberto Gomez 2 yıl önce
Hi Dave, you are a man of patience and with attention to detail. Last year, I restored a knife from 1980s and one from mid 1990s. I used Freeze Off by CRC, and it got most of the rust off, as well as restored much of the snap. I also used a warm bath of dish washing soap solution for cleaning out residue with a nylon brush. I used a ceramic sharpener for the blades, and lubricated the joints with oil for electric hair clippers. I gave the larger knife to my younger brother and I kept the SAK style knife for myself.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Interesting way to go about it. I need to wash this knife so it doesnt smell like PB blaster
Working to Relax
Working to Relax 8 aylar önce
Was just looking for a video on sharpening knifes. Figured you might have one. I have a stone and been shown how to but I feel I’m not so good at it. Never as sharp as I guess I hope it to be bit sharp end to do the works I do. I get little nicks in the blade even though I try to avoid using it for the wrong job. I got a leather man last year and live that thing. I carry it every day and I use it every day. But it’s time to sharpen the blade as i noticed There’s nicks in the blade. Thanks for all you post.
Vahid Cullsberg
Vahid Cullsberg 2 yıl önce
Old pocket knives have feelings. They get extra happy when they are brought back to life and get to be useful again 😊👍
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Yes they do
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos 2 yıl önce
Jesus Christ powerful Holy and Saviour of Humanity bless you and your family friend👏🌺
HemanSr
HemanSr 2 yıl önce
Nice job Dave!!! Did the brake kleen effect the scales at all? It'll soften up some plastics and make them sticky😨... :>)>
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Yes it did. It only lasted a few minutes but thats why I quit using the break clean.
Lauren Piantino
Lauren Piantino 2 yıl önce
Cool; I know nothing about pocket knives, but it was an interesting video. When you were getting into the grooves with the sand paper I was thinking, maybe a small wire brush?
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
It would have been a good tool to have. Thanks
Rick E
Rick E Yıl önce
Try wrapping a small piece of sandpaper around a pink rubber eraser using the eraser as a sanding block. You can hold the flat part of the eraser against the flat part of the blade like a block to scrub or use it as a buffer on curved parts like polishing your shoes.
TBOR-101
TBOR-101 Yıl önce
Nice little piece of history, Yes its most likely a Imperial made knife possibly from the 50's , but hey you never know unless you search the numbers it could be an original Hammer brand, Imperial bought the brand back in the 30's. Keep using and oiling to break down the rusty joints, Good find
Linda Wallace
Linda Wallace Yıl önce
Cool little old knife ! Good job !! 👌😷👍
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
Thanks
Michael Manalang
Michael Manalang 2 yıl önce
I like that even after the restoration it still looks aged. I hate when restoration make items look like new. To me it erases what makes antiques unique which is time.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
I totally agree.
yveskc1
yveskc1 2 yıl önce
I love this video. Good job!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Topcat 129
Topcat 129 Yıl önce
Nice video I found two ideal knives that look like that
Stan
Stan 2 yıl önce
Dave I've used Evapo-Rust on old knives before with good success. Sometimes a good overnight soak will help quite a bit.
Daniel Skorich
Daniel Skorich 2 yıl önce
Or good ol' vinegar.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Stan. I'll give it a shot next time
Thomas McNab
Thomas McNab 2 yıl önce
Hi Dave...great video...Just think of all the pocket knives that have been passed down.... I have an old Barlow that my Grandfather passed down to me...It could use some of your treatment!.... I will try it!...Tks Dave & Take Care!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Good luck on the restore. My granpa also carried a Barlow. He could never look at a map without pulling out his knife to point to places with it
Charmaine Tate
Charmaine Tate 10 aylar önce
Thanks, I need to clean my Dad's vintage pocket fishing knife 🔪
Steve Linderman
Steve Linderman 2 yıl önce
Nice video Dave. A job well done!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Steve
Frank McManus
Frank McManus 2 yıl önce
Ok that knife is all cleaned up and ready to work ! Now you have to hit the woods and do the kabobs again ! Thank you for a great video as usual .
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Al Bowman
Al Bowman 2 yıl önce
I enjoyed this one as well. I much prefer a "back in service" restoration to a "show room shine" restoration. Thanks
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoyed it
Savage Wolf
Savage Wolf 2 yıl önce
Hay Dave ,I Was doing this very same thing the other day on a Ka bar knife.always carry a knife very handy tool,thanks for the hint on Trufant did know it was open yet.cheers friend. 😉
Savage Wolf
Savage Wolf 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical , cool love looking at all the old stuff (treasures);)
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Hey SW! Trufant is open. LOTS of people the last couple weeks, but not a ton of vendors yet. Questionable weather today so that was part of it I'm sure.
9252 LIFE
9252 LIFE 2 yıl önce
Good ole resto job! I think I have a knife like that one somewhere in my mess!
9252 LIFE
9252 LIFE 2 yıl önce
Bushradical if you need a hand with anything while you’re up here let me know.
9252 LIFE
9252 LIFE 2 yıl önce
Bushradical it’s definitely off grid! Lol other than these mosquitos things are going great! But I had thoughts of burning down the cabin last night ! These mosquitos somehow get in the cabin and keep me up all night! Not too fun! But We’re figuring it out! Think we’re gonna clear some property and build a cabin in the dead center of the clearing!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Right on. Good to have a sharp knife on you! How's the homestead coming along? Brooke and I are heading up tomorrow.
Daniel Skorich
Daniel Skorich 2 yıl önce
In the '60s in elementary school, those of us who were "Police Boys" (crossing guards) were given a Police Boy pocket knife by the Duluth Police Department. They're quite a collectible now. Funny how times have changed. Thanks for the video Dave🌲🌲🌲
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks Daniel. By the way, Duluth is a really cool place. Ive been through there several times
jrosborn77
jrosborn77 2 yıl önce
Beautiful! Next time you should restore an axe. You know... The kind every old farm has laying around that was used for everything axes shouldn't be used for!
cillaloves2fish
cillaloves2fish 2 yıl önce
@Bushradical Keep it up Dave! Ur doin great!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Maybe I will. I dont know what I'm going to film too far in advance...I just shoot what I'm doing at the moment
Little Missy
Little Missy 2 yıl önce
Looking good thank you Dave
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Joel Jones
Joel Jones 2 yıl önce
I enjoyed that. Relaxing. Thanks.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks
Love.wildly.Live.fearlessly.
Love.wildly.Live.fearlessly. Yıl önce
My husband and I just bought ourselves some wet/dry sharpening stones and we can;t get the hang of sharpening our knives. We couldn’t get it sharp enough to shave hair off our arms idk why. Any advice?
kevin tulak
kevin tulak 2 yıl önce
I wonder if wd 40 could put a little snap back into my rusty old bones. Thanks for sharing.
Martin Miller
Martin Miller Yıl önce
@kevin tulak ... I'm thinking of trying some Zerk fittings and Valvoline grease on my old creaking joints. Just keep pumping the gun until the grease comes out of my toenails!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Couldn't hurt to try
Lawrence Pevitts
Lawrence Pevitts Yıl önce
When you're done, are you going to play mumbly peg? Would a vinegar soak have helped, or would it have damaged the handles? What did you pay for it?
Bushradical
Bushradical Yıl önce
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Bluecade Blucade
Bluecade Blucade 2 yıl önce
Try prep n’ etch at Home Depot. It’s phosphoric acid and will clean that up easily with less sanding. Use an old tooth brush you will be amazed. I just cleaned up a WWII navy rope knife. Looks awesome and kept the patina. Used my work sharp with a strop, it slices phone book pages like a hot knife through butter. Next, oil like you do. Please try, you will love the method. Rinse well with hot water and then use WD40 to disperse water, as it was designed to. Have tools restored that are 100 years old from my great grandfather. They don’t make tools nearly as well as they did back then. Love your channel!
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Thanks for the info!! Glad you like the channel
Dave Mundy
Dave Mundy 2 yıl önce
Dave I have a remedy I use for cast iron skillets you may like. I put a couple of cups of Arm and Hammer super detergent in a topless steel barrel. Fill it halfway with water. Lay a board across the top and attach a copper wire long enough to go into the water and center it. I would attach the eye of the skillet to this wire. Take a manuel battery charger and clip the positive to the wire with the skillet. Clip the negative to the barrel rim. A couple of amps for a day or two will take the buildup off the metal. I wirewheeled the skillet until it looks new and season it. This should clean any metal like a knife or handtool. I made a lot of money reconditioning old cast iron and reselling it too. Just make sure not to short out the center circuit against the barrel while charging.
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
Wow, thats a crazy way to clean metal. I'll try it out
tristan barnett
tristan barnett 2 yıl önce
I love Hammer brand knives yeah they're not that expensive but they're really good heavy duty knives for as old as they are they're built really well the instant you showed a picture of the logo I recognized the logo because I have a hammer brand where all the word lettering is worn off but the logo of the arm swing the hammer is Hammer brand signature that's how I recognized it right off the back
Bushradical
Bushradical 2 yıl önce
So far Ive been very impressed with it. It takes a great edge and holds it well
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos
Janaina quadros Quadros com Desenhos 2 yıl önce
Jesus Christ powerful Holy and Saviour of Humanity bless you and your family friend👏🌺
Clan Mercer
Clan Mercer 7 aylar önce
FYI...Imperial purchased the Arm & Hammer trademark from The New York Knife Company in 1936. The New York Knife Company went out of business in 1931. This style stamp was used by Imperial from 1945 unitl 1955.
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