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Colonial Knife Adds Arkansas Wet Stone To The Product Line

Colonial Knife, has added the Arkansas Wet stone to their product line of knives, tools and flashlights. The Arkansas Wet stone, used for sharpening blades and returning dull cutting edges back to razor honed sharpness. The Arkansas Wet stone introduced by Colonial Knife can be ordered under the model number J-316. This Arkansas wet stone is truly an Arkansas stone, from the quarries located in Hot Spring County, Arkansas, and is 100 percent novaculite. Novaculite is a rock that has been used for thousands of years by indigenous people to sharpen tools, novaculite is a unique rock found in the Oucahita Mountains of Arkansas. The J-316 Arkansas wet stone comes with a leather carry case, dimensions of the stone are 3-inches x...

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How to deal with screws that back-out of your knife

What to do should the screws holding your knife together, start to back-out causing your knife to malfunction.  For the most part, today's knives are assembled using torque screws rather than using tubular rivets or solid nickel pins, this came about due to custom knife makers needing a way to assemble their knives the easiest way possible without having to purchase riveting machines or manually tapping a solid pin into a very small diameter hole that they would have to drill out, so they started using torque screws, these are readily available from any industrial supply retailer making the building of a custom knife a bit easier.  Nowadays , it's rare to find a pocket knife that is riveted, it's...

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Schrade Knife Repair -Lets Clear the Air Colonial Knife® and Schrade Knives

 Lets Clear the Air regarding Colonial Knife® and Schrade Knives, we only honor the warranty on the Colonial Knife® brand of Knives and Tools          Nearly 18 years after Schrade Knives went out of business, we still receive calls from Schrade Knife owners asking how and where to send their Schrade knives for repair. Colonial Knife® does not work on Schrade knives and never have, we do honor and repair our own brand of Colonial Knives.             At the time Schrade Knives closed their doors for good, their dealers, many of whom also carried the Colonial Knife® brand of knives, found themselves unable to assist their loyal customers as they returned their Schrade knife for...

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Warranty Information

We stand behind our product 100%, you purchase or products and your not satisfied we want you to return it and get your money back, should the customer want the item but not satisfied with the item they received, let us know, call ; text; e-mail; yell out your window, but give us a chance to make it right. As my grandfather and one of the founders of Colonial Knife, Antonio Paolantonio once told me, it is the customer that pays your salary not me, so treat every customer with respect, without customers there would be no Colonial Knife- with that, I'd like to say again, that is your not satisfied with your purchase you may return the item for...

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