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How To gun Blue A Knife Last Man Alive Project

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How To gun Blue A Knife Last Man Alive Project
How To gun Blue A Knife Last Man Alive Project
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It's amateur hour! Gun blueing my DIY survival file knife, Stops rust, the black oxide provides protection against corrosion if treated with a water-displacing oil. Blah Blah Blah ! Inserted a subliminal message see if you can find it.
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