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    Expert BJones's Avatar

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    If you know someone you trust with your blades, go for it. For me I use my Spyderco Sharpemaker which keeps my knives extremely sharp with very little work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino View Post
    Sometimes people who charge money for sharpening and have a big reputation among their customers do a poor job of actually putting a usefully sharp edge on knives. Some of them do a great job polishing the bevel, though!
    Overpaying isn't a guarantee of excellence. But underpaying is frequently a guarantee of junk.

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    Rob, Nova512 is the best sharpener around hands down. No one else touches my stuff hut him. Well worth the $$

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    Somewhat Purple-ish rhino's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipkinC View Post
    Rob, Nova512 is the best sharpener around hands down. No one else touches my stuff hut him. Well worth the $$
    Who else have tried? I'm curious who else was in the running when you concluded that you had identified the best.



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    rhino you doubting me?
    I make things really sharp

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    '12 Chevy 1500 HO KokomoDave's Avatar

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    Okay, keep this going.
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    Well, not in Indy so I have to make due myself. Arkansas stones (sometimes a bit of honing oil), a strop and also my Spyderco Sharpmaker, and some small circular files for those pesky serrated knives, have kept my blades very sharp and well tended. No rounding of the tips, I was trained by a very good man in sharpening, and then the right rouge on the strop to finish it and you would cut your eyes just looking at the edge on my knives.
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    now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

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