I need advice again.
I was fondling, and admiring one of my favorite Case knives yesterday, and in the process, felt a sharp edge on one of it's scales. on closer observation, I found that one of the scale rivets, had not been ground smooth, or polished flat to the scale's surface. This rivet can't be easily seen but, can be easily felt.
This knife is a Case 'Trapper' style, 'Limited XX Edition, 1 of 2500, series knife, with emerald, jigged bone Scales', and brass rivets.
My question is, should I be concerned enough about that proud rivet, to have it finished properly? Or should I just accept, and enjoy the knife, as is ?
I very much value your opinions. Thanks in advance for them.
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