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#11 (permalink)      12/8/2021 9:26:28 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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And using these ghetto methods to remove the screws.... How do I put the screws back in?


I just remembered my buddy has the same knives, maybe he still has his bit.
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the rubber band prevent the flat-head from shearing the screw, so you get it back with the flathead and again tighten with the rubber band between flat-head bit and screw.

(Its the same method that can be used if you have a sheared Philips head screw, although you generally use a philips driver then)

But yes, getting the correct bit is always preferable...
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I was informed and given permission to go steal the tool from my buddy... Smart ass kept it in 1 of the boxes the knifes came in. Lmao.



Il take photos for reference of what I'm talking about, when I go pick it up tomorrow. Il be getting pictures of the knife internals also because there are other inquiring minds about the OTF makeup.
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Picture of the screw heads, and partially ghetto diy serrations lmao.





At some point I wanna attempt to redo\add more serrations and reprofile that side to a tanto.
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