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  • Cleaning Pocketknifes

    ???I was wondering how you are supposed to clean a pocketknife. The boyscout handbook says to swab it with oil but wouldn't that ruin it? ??? E-mail me at [email protected]

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    Re: Cleaning Pocketknifes

    No, just do what the book says and don't cut yourself or we'll take away your merit badge!

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