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Old 04-25-2011, 01:24 PM
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Default Re: Let's Talk About Knives.....................

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Originally Posted by frdfandc View Post
Use a sharpener kit with the round ceramic stones. Works great. I've used something similar to the Spyderco one in the past. I think the model currently out is around $50. Its a full kit, so you can sharpen just about everything with it.

Spyderco 204MF Tri-Angle Sharpmaker System Review

I used to work in a machine/grinding shop and that is pretty much all I did was sharpen various tools. Knifes, saw blades, paper blades, scissors, drill bits, etc. You name, I probably sharpened it.
Great Link!

Anyone can buy a knife but understanding the various bevels on different blades is the challenge. The best knife is the sharp knife. Again, Great Link,

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