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I restored this beautiful bucking saw!!

 
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just wanted to share this restoration with you.
 
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Nicely done Bert ! I am learning from you !

I was wondering about a couple of things.

If you are using a stone to clean the steel ,why use WD40 ? Could you use another, more permie kind of oil ? or even water?

Did you sharpen the saw? How is that done?
 
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