cntryboy …Love the W Sauce !!!
calldoctoday thanks sometimes I enjoy the battles.
There’s the Charley I know!
calldoctoday That was the way I saw it. A roll on the table watching the spindle and spline closely would give me a clue. The wear on the spindle end for as new as it is seems odd. Looks to have just a minute groove worn in it. But hey, what do we armchair troubleshooters know.
Glad he is going to brat fest this weekend Waltons will get it sorted out for sure! I was really wanting to go but I could not see spending $400 or more and not have SWMBO with me. It did not sound fun to her but said I should go, “This is your groove, I just enjoy what becomes of it.” Just like fishing and hunting, she has no interest in either.
Surg that’s awesome! My first hunting knife was the same brand (different model). It’s a nice choice. I still have mine all these years later, although I did loose it tracking my first deer. I had lung shot a doe with my bow, and my knife fell out if the plastic sheath. 2 years later I found it while roaming the same patch of woods. 7 is a good age to get started. My dad made me learn to sharpen a knife on a wetstone before he’d let me buy my first pocket knife (with my own money I saved from chores). I started at age 7 and bought my knife at 8. Learning to sharpen first was such a great idea IMHO. It’s so nice to see people getting their kids started with these practical skills early. And the fact you are making it a safe experience with supervision, ensures you are raising a responsible adult. Good work!