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And then there is having to do stuff like sighting in a scope and practice from shooting positions like standing, prone or kneeling. Not trying tp be sarcastic but stainless knives ( most) tend to be very hard to take an edge. You can do it that simply, with an old belt and a trailing stroke, or you can get a little OCD about it and make your own dedicated strop using a James · 5 years ago 1 Thumbs up 1 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse do you have the blade between 17 and 20 degrees
Posts 18,508 Re: I can't sharpen a knife with a stone worth a darn, alternatives? I need help and badly. A little practice and you will learn to get an edge. Im not good at sharpening, even with a sharpmaker. http://www.chowhound.com/post/sharpen-knife-factory-edge-901107
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There are many main line knife companies who do not take sharpening seriously at all and tend to put the burden of sharpening on their customers. Maintain that consistent angle, don't be tempted to press hard, open a beer, turn on the TV and settle in for a solid hour or two of Zen-like meditation. Will we rise to the challenges or get run over? Five on the left then five on the right.
Logged livinitup0 Survivalist Mentor Posts: 449 Karma: 34 confrontational by design Re: Can't get knives "scary" sharp « Reply #23 on: November 02, 2012, 07:36:03 AM » can anyone share some Run a sharpie down the edge of the blade on each side. We asked Jungle survival trainer and knife… Read more Read more You Can Do It: Go grab a cheap kitchen knife and practice. How To Sharpen Knives With A Stone I, too, use the Lansky sytem.
I use the above because I'm lazy; though for years I did it with a stone by hand. Sharp Edge Crossword Clue http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showtopic=26036 Amazon.com: Meyerco® Sharpen-It Knife... Standard I know of is 440, in stainless. have a peek at these guys Old-time barbers used to use this trick to sharpen their razors.
Current time is 15:26.01 Top Spyderco Forums Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team FAQ Spyderco.com Login Register Board index Spyderco Forums Spyderco Lansky Knife Sharpener Logged BillyS Survivalist Mentor Posts: 405 Karma: 37 TSP Forum member Re: Can't get knives "scary" sharp « Reply #8 on: February 23, 2012, 10:38:21 PM » Quote from: PistolWhipped on Yes I know tha 45 degrees is a big angle, but you can try other angles later. 45 is an easy one to maintain when learning to sharpen. Changing it to a razor edge will not remove nearly as much material from the blade as the drawing might seem to indicate.
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In my experience, testing the blade on your arm hair is the easiest way. Works really well. Burr On Knife Reply With Quote 08-29-2011,04:16 PM #6 wolf049 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Jun 2011 Location Washington Posts 217 Re: I can't sharpen a knife with a How To Get A Knife Razor Sharp Cakes Cookies Pies 5 Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread - November 2016 Trader Joe's Yay / Nay / Meh Trader Joe's Back to top Follow us!
Suitable name for knife sharpening business? I take my stainless blades to the knife guy, strop them, and call it a day. Enough that I don't need to throw it out....so thanks for the advice, and info on others having problems with their own gerbers. I'm also lazy, and like the Lansky croc stix a lot. 4 stick system, really works. Stropping A Knife
I don't use one of those quick sharpeners, IMO, it tears up the blade and doesn't do near as good as a plain ol whetstone. The method is good, just use a rough stone and watch the angle so as to not scratch the blade up. Keep working with that stone. Let me try to summarize a bit, based on what works for me.
Thought about one of the fancy Chef eletric sharpeners... Sharpening A Knife Originally Posted by Bakerman go to the waldo Flea Market and look for the knife sharpening guy. merickson45Member 12-04-08 03:15.28 - Post#1700948 In response to merickson45 also, the site says the training blade is "grindable".
This changes their original angles and somewhat thickens the edge.
Not quite as sophisticated and lacking the variability of the Lansky, but faster. I have a '60 Grizzly and '65 Kodiak I would like to take a deer with. Just like in sharpening, steeling correctly feels a certain way when done correctly. How To Sharpen A Kitchen Knife Advertisement The basic idea in all knife sharpening is to maintain a consistent angle of contact between the knife and the sharpening medium.
You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. Which resulted in an embarrassing situation at work, awhile ago. I can always get them to what I would call pretty sharp, meaning they will slice paper very well. http://www.sharpeningsupplies.com/No...ne-P69C25.aspx Followed by a good hard Arkansas.
When you're done, use Comet, Ajax or similar to scrub the black residue off the stones, ready for the knife or to be stored away awaiting the next sharpening. I have spent at least 3 hours trying to get the SOG to sharpen, but to no avail. The goal is to remove the marker evenly along the side (not just by the edge, and not just further in) This is the best way to find out exactly what's I use 4 different grits of diamond stones, then a flat piece of ceramic then I finish a knife on ceramic "V" sticks.
Like Orchid's blooding of his pre-64. You might also look at Spyderco's Tri-Angle. Toronto) Washington DC & Baltimore Outer Boroughs Chicago Area Pennsylvania California See All › Recipes Peanut Butter Cup BrowniesNEW Easy Healthy Main Dish Vegetarian Breakfast Pasta Slow Cooking Soup Cocktails Dessert To sharpen the knife evenly, count your strokes and do the same number on each side.
After a lot of stroking back and forth a lot, you will find the sweet spot and you'll be able to hold the right angle even without looking. Only need to touch up on stone or strop occasionally. WWJMBD? "Nothing is safe from stupid." - Zee Reply With Quote 08-30-2011,03:01 PM #26 bullsi1911 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 7,170 Re: I The goal is to remove the marker evenly along the side (not just by the edge, and not just further in) amacman, Oct 16, 2013 #9 jeepsrjason, BklynBoy, z0mbiSl4y3r and 2
Decide how sharp you'd like a particular knife to be, then endeavor to keep it in that condition. They 2 I have are good durable knives. Learned young how to use a stone. Ain't Life Grand?
this thing is great and easy to use. The Following User Says Thank You to ioda006 For This Useful Post: RedneckRenegade ioda006 View Public Profile Send a private Patrick, glad you restored the edge on the gerber. If you're patient it will get better. I attribute that to operator difficulty tho and will give it a more concerted effort today.
I prefer a free-hand method but that comes with years of playing. I can get them there, but I find that for the work I was doing shaving sharp was too sharp and lost its edge more quickly. Then get some glue and glue those puppies back in place because if they fall out and get lost, you have to put a wet towel under the base to use