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This topic contains 5 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  tcmeyer 03/31/2019 at 3:38 am.

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    Travis Johnston
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    15 degree bevel, there is no box from Amazon she cant get into

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    #47644

    Travis Johnston
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    I know someone will notice the smooth part on the thumb stud, this is one of the first knives I ever sharpened with my WE when I first got it. I didnt realize I was doing that till it was too late. Now I know to take them off on new knives. They dont get in the way anymore on this one. LOL – always learning something

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    wickededge
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    Looks great! I’ve sharpened a few thumb studs in my day as well 🙂

    -Clay

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    jabas2000
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    sorry

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    #49906

    Ralph
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    Thumb stud? I thought it was the sharpening stone stop. Nice edge!

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    tcmeyer
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    I bought a batch of Torx drivers just for thumb studs.  A few weeks ago, I did a cheap folder for a friend and the thumb stud had no apparent key insertion points.  Maybe it was intended to remove the stud by gripping on the knurled faces with a pliers.  I used a lot of tape.

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