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    Hi from Washington state

    Contact the Northwest Blacksmith Association. It's very likely that they can provide with some good sources
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    Hi from Washington state

    what part of state are you located?
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    Caring for high carbon steel blurb?

    Sorry for Rlol. But in the course of military training if my blade had stained it was drop and give me 20. Any rust was a pit to what ever size and depth the instrucor saw fit.
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    M.M.B. 12-92 Pilots Survival Knife

    MMB 12 92,probably made by MMB Plastics corp,Canfield Ohio. Value.??
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    M.M.B. 12-92 Pilots Survival Knife

    sir. Without a picture no sound minded person is going to make a guess to its true value. you'd have to consult a military memoriblia expert.. Earlier I said thousands made. In reality its more like hundreds of thousands or millions. A new one cost around 50$. Used on ebay.. 20$ to?? ...
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    M.M.B. 12-92 Pilots Survival Knife

    Sir. A quick internet search indicates this blade has been in in service since the mid 1950's. Thousands made for military. It's been made by several companies under several different military contracts. Being as the " some information" of your post is extremely vague its hard to be more...
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    Just Because

    Ed. Bragging isnt authorized, Not everybody can live in Gods backyard.
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    Knife size boxes?

    Try ULINE at Uline.com. they make cardboard containers of all sorts. The plain white 10L x 3 h x 3w are nice for gift boxes.
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    Chris.. No expert but .. Yes it works. Clean, flat steel surfaces. And mild to medium hammer...

    Chris.. No expert but .. Yes it works. Clean, flat steel surfaces. And mild to medium hammer blows to set welds. Surface prep is key. My cycle get to welding temp, soak for a short time to ensure center is to temp, set weld, -- x's 3 . again no an expert but temps are 2200+ for welds. Vic Legg
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