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Them magnets are insane. My aunt got my wife and I a container of them for Christmas (you have to order them I think) They come in a special plastic container that keeps the magnets from getting close to anything.

Anyways, any luck Dave?

BTW: carbon steel hawkbill FTW lol
That'll teach you to carry a Stainless steel knife anymore.

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BMOAS... Big Magnet On A Stick!
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That'll teach you to carry a Stainless steel knife anymore.

Hawkbill & Kershaw FTL.
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Yeah, after owning a carbon steel blade..I dont want a stainless anymore.

Ive never had a Kershaw, but if Leatherman made a CS hawkbill, I would own one.
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Are you sure it's all stainless? There may be enough carbon steel in it to fish it out. Also, certain grades of stainless have limited magnetic attraction, but it's ususally just barely enough to lift it's own weight.

Can you see it at all? Looking down through the outside of the windshield maybe?
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Are you sure it's all stainless? There may be enough carbon steel in it to fish it out. Also, certain grades of stainless have limited magnetic attraction, but it's ususally just barely enough to lift it's own weight.

Can you see it at all? Looking down through the outside of the windshield maybe?
nah i heard it fall last night. i think it over near the heater core.

http://www.kershawknivesdirect.com/k...ge-p-8569.html

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Flop the glove box door all the way down, perhaps it's easier to get to than you think.
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http://www.kershawknivesdirect.com/k...th-p-8797.html
Thats the only Kershaw i own.

Just take your glove box out. 4 7mm bolts.
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Thats the only Kershaw i own.

Just take your glove box out. 4 7mm bolts.
possibly later.. today's one of those lazy as hell days.
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