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    A couple more for you.

    Lansky knife sharpening set-up with the C-clamp addition. It will run about $70.00 for both in the store. I wish I would have gotten this years ago! All of my knives are scary sharp now. Yes it takes longer to do the initial sharpening of a knife as you typically have to clean up the mess created by years of sharpening with stones and the Work Sharp equipment. My buddy uses the Work Sharp on his own knives but has seen the light as they are not as sharp as when I do them and the edges DO NOT last a long!

    https://lansky.com/index.php/product...-stone-system/

    https://lansky.com/index.php/products/super-c-clamp/

    A good quality headlamp is also a nice plus and they certainly run under $100.00 for a really good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6mm Remington View Post
    A couple more for you.

    Lansky knife sharpening set-up with the C-clamp addition. It will run about $70.00 for both in the store. I wish I would have gotten this years ago! All of my knives are scary sharp now. Yes it takes longer to do the initial sharpening of a knife as you typically have to clean up the mess created by years of sharpening with stones and the Work Sharp equipment. My buddy uses the Work Sharp on his own knives but has seen the light as they are not as sharp as when I do them and the edges DO NOT last a long!

    https://lansky.com/index.php/product...-stone-system/

    https://lansky.com/index.php/products/super-c-clamp/

    A good quality headlamp is also a nice plus and they certainly run under $100.00 for a really good one.
    yup. totally agree on the lanski.
    if you own a knife , you OWE it to yourself to also own a lanski sharpener!! can not stress this enough ! great product!!
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    +1 for the Lansky sharpener....

    I use mine all the time; sharpen the kitchen cutlery when I sharpen the fishing and hunting knives, I get "points" on more than just my knives...lol hard to get that "look" when you sharpen the Mrs' chef knives at the same time as your bird and trout knife!

    You can buy them things at most any HW or farm & fleet/ranch store too; besides online.





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