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How to Sharpen a Knife, Part II - AllOutdoor.com

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  • How to Sharpen a Knife, Part II - AllOutdoor.com

    In the first part of this article, I revealed the secret to stropping, not sharpening. It sounds funny, but itís true. Stropping can keep a razorís edge on your knife for a very long time. Eventually, however, you canít strop anymore because the micro-edge is gone. When that happens, itís time to bust out the[.....]
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    thanks for posting, this actually has a lot of useful info, I wasn't even aware of these higher end systems. I do think I will invest in the Lansky, seems like a very good versatile system for not only my knife but kitchen knives as well
    Springfield 9mm Subcompact

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