Sharpening Schedule

All Sharpening dropped-off at Country Knives by 5 PM, Saturday, July 21 will be ready for pickup after 9 AM on Tuesday, July 24.  Sharpening received on Monday, July 23 through Saturday, August  4 will be ready for pickup on Tuesday, August 7.

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Obsidian Knives by Flintknapper, Dale Duby Through eons of time, man has made his tools from stone. From simple bone smashing hand held choppers (for acquiring bone marrow) to more elaborate fluted Clovis spear and atlatl points to more modern arrowheads. Any type of stone was used that could be managed into a desirable size and shape and have a sharp edge. Jasper, agate, flint, and basalt are just a few of these materials. The most prized of materials for pre-historic stone tool development was the volcanic glass known as obsidian. Obsidian from the Western United States has been found in the shape of pre-historic artifacts across much of the North American continent. A large portion of this obsidian came from volcanic areas in the Great Basin. In 1963, while Dale Duby was working in the woods as a timber faller, he saw a fellow logger making an arrowhead from…

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