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drbiamonte
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REPAIRS

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I have 2 11 inch sicilian "fighting knifes" AG camp that will not stay shut
who is the best person to send these for repair?
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Re: REPAIRS micro tech

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a freind has a very old microtech that appears to have gone off its track, who could repair this one?
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Currently the two most active repair men on this forum are Bill D and JimBrown. There are other repair men on this forum. Do some research and send them a request for a quote.
I recommend any of the talented repair men on this forum.
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i have Bill D's data he was not taking work last time i asked maybe 1 month ago
i do not have jim brown email can you provide?
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Bill DeShivs, Master Cutler
http://www.billdeshivs.com
Factory authorized repairs for:
Latama, Mauro Mario, LePre, Colonial, Kabar, Flylock, Schrade Cut Co., Presto, Press Button, Hubertus, Grafrath, Kuno Ritter knives.
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Re: REPAIRS

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Probably a stupid comment but can't you reset the MT by pulling out the blade? That's how you reset most of otf knives.

Microtech used to repair their stuff. Don't they do that anymore?
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