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Thread: A 'How to' guide to sharpening a knife the traditional way.

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    very useful thanks

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    Cool guide very useful, Is it the same method for axes? I've just bought a Gransfors axe which is beautiful and came razor sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool07 View Post
    Cool guide very useful, Is it the same method for axes? I've just bought a Gransfors axe which is beautiful and came razor sharp.
    Similar, yes, but obviously the angle will differ.
    Take a look at an expert doing it.
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    very useful guide thanks

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    KME KNife sharpener, everyone can have a razor sharp knife. I have one and it works perfectly for every knife.

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    Nice guide, my next buy is to be a good knife.

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    Thumbs up Hoening

    Thats a post for everyone.I used to sharpen my survival knife,not on its own mini stone.But on a large flat looking pebble from whatever Loch I was on.This worked ok (Though not perfect it kept us going).Jim.(Night Owl).

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    Cheers for all the info guys, got my oil stone and will be spending a few hours sharpening my knives, while not trying to loose a finger or two. Might even get the kitchen knives done as well (get some extra brownie points from the lady of the house).
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    Great advice!!

    my knife has never been so sharp

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    Very informative, thanks.

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    Would this sharpenin work on a Gerber multi tool knife?

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    It'll work on any normal 'straight' blade.
    Practice is the key.
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    Video gone?

    Useful guide thanks Snock, but the video link seems to be dead... Anywhere I can see it in action?

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandspider View Post
    Useful guide thanks Snock, but the video link seems to be dead... Anywhere I can see it in action?

    Cheers.
    Really?
    Okay. I'll take a look and maybe upload again, if I can.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandspider View Post
    Useful guide thanks Snock, but the video link seems to be dead... Anywhere I can see it in action?

    Cheers.
    Fixed!!

    Thanks for the heads up.
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