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Dec 23, 2019 · Railroad clip steel? Thread starter Leon Husock; Start date Dec 20, 2019; L. Leon Husock. Joined Jul 17, 2019 Messages 186. Dec 20, 2019 #1 Anyone know what kind of steel Pandrol railroad clips are made of? I'm talking about these:There's a huge pile of these right by the railroad station near me. The Pandrol website just describes them as Railroad Rail Metal for Knife BladeForumsJul 02, 2016 · Rail spikes are low carbon, even the ones marked HC. Most HC spikes are .35-.45% carbon. They make good hawks and novelty knives, but are poor for actual use knives. The funny shaped spring clips that are used as hold-downs are usually 1055. They make knives similar to 5160. To use a piece of track, slice pieces off it like slicing bread. Railroad Rail Metal for Knife Page 2 BladeForumsJul 02, 2016 · The one time I cut railroad rail it was with a torch. Nope, wasn't anywhere near a railroad, just an old bridge that had been replaced by county road folks. Around home in years (many years) past it was fairly common for county bridges to have railroad rails for support. BladeForumsBladeForums is the Leading Edge of Knife Discussion. My name is Wilfred "Chip" Valtakis II I have been collecting, modifying, repairing, and embellishing knives for over 25 years. Rail clip 9116/9116 clip crane rail clip supplier from

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