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Old 08-17-2012, 07:06 PM
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Default Re: Question About Cork Handles

Thank you to everyone that offered tips and advice.

I have an old Canadian made Fenwick Black Hawk, the cork on it has a great patina on it. I never did anything to it. It is close to thirty years old so I guess l'll let the Sage's cork stand.

I was just thinking the elements, wear and tear, dirt, UV light, salt water, etc. could be tough on the resiliency of the cork. Anywho, I guess cork is kinda like cedar, it has natural preservatives perhaps built within it.
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