Yep...and load up the lace with polishing compound.twinboysdad wrote:I have heard mention regarding Emerson serrations that they can be stropped using a leather bootlace. I have never tried it myself but it would make sense on paper. We are talking field sharpening though
IIRC, it involved shaving with a fully SE blade...Johnnie1801 wrote:Sounds painful, please tell us moreJazz wrote: I remember the great shaving incident.
I've always liked the original....wish I had never gotten rid of mineGoldenSpydie wrote:I've never handled the newer version, but the old version is awesome.
A leather boot lace loaded up with polishing compound works very well.Johnnie1801 wrote:I'm a noob when it comes to serrated knives but someone once told me you can use a leather shoe lace to strop the serrations.
Sweeet! That has to be about the best-looking Millie that I have ever seen!RadioactiveSpyder wrote:I love my Techno, but I confess I do supplement mine with this additional knife : Just go get one!
That and the smaller frame of the 30S, especially if you normally shoot full-size Glocks.TheFactor wrote:Your probably right especially with the 45acp since it has a little more punch .