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Old September 25th, 2015, 10:35 PM
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Anybody have an old Rover leaf spring sitting around they don't want? I've convinced myself I need to make a knife from a spring and figure it might as well be a Rover.
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Scimitar, you mean?

You'll need to post pics.
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Please! ;-) Well, perhaps the latter!
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I'm sure I have a leaf or two hanging around somewhere. Not sure when I'll be in RVA next but you are welcome to it.
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Anybody have an old Rover leaf spring sitting around they don't want? I've convinced myself I need to make a knife from a spring and figure it might as well be a Rover.
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Old September 26th, 2015, 08:02 AM
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I'm sure I have a leaf or two hanging around somewhere. Not sure when I'll be in RVA next but you are welcome to it.
Thanks, Dan. I head up that way a few times a year too, so I could grab it from you. I'm really in no rush, just inspired and figured I'd start gathering stuff. I definitely don't want to inconvenience you.

To the rest of you...I'll make sure to post pics when I get moving on it. I have little kids so it'll be on their timeline. I don't think it'll be quite machete length, I want a little left over to make a bottle opener.
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