#1
I have a simple Victorinox swiss army knife, blade, bottle opener, corkscrew...the blade has become scratched and ugly, and I want to change it!

Does anyone know how to take them apart, I don't want to hurt it in the process...
Thanks, UG
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#2
melt it and form a new one
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#3
they're not easy to disassemble, TBH you'd probably be better of buying a new one, they don't cost that much.
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#5
fix, sharpen the blade. I don't think you can take em apart or they won't go together tight.
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#7
Give it to Yoda.
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#10
I think they are machine pressed.

And you should just be able to get a sharping stone and fix the blade. If its stainless steal(which it most likely is)then it will take a while to resharpen.
#11
Note, the blade is not blunt, it is scratched, it can't be fixed...
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#12
Are you forging your own new blade?

If not, then why don't you ask the folks who are providing the new blade?

You probably have to remove the plastic sides. It's probably pressure fit in there.

It would likely cost more to repair than to buy a new one, so unless there is a lot of sentimental value and you can afford it, you probably ought to just replace the whole thing.
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Note, the blade is not blunt, it is scratched, it can't be fixed...


scratches can be buffed and polished....
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