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  • sportsbud

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    Jan 16, 2013
    For a day to day knife to use, it is hard to beat this for the price. My nephew dressed several deer with one like this.

    Just got mine in the other day and love it, looks like I am carrying a steak knife around lol. Like the scandi grand, super easy to keep a good working edge on it. I got a set of cheap stones and was able to get a little better edge on it then it came with. Those Morakniv knifes are what I would recommend to anyone now...


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    Apr 30, 2018
    SW Louisiana
    Learned to sharpen knives from a butcher at 14yr old. Always used stones , then went to Lansky, now to Ken Onion for ease @69. Always keep a good steel or ceramic to touch up your knive while using. Also a tip a lot of people don’t know. If your in the boonies and need to touch up a blade, roll your window down and backstroke the blade on the glass upper edge. Works wonders.


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    Sep 9, 2019
    Many, louisiana
    I have a work sharp and it does a good job (be careful with the point of your knife). But more than half the time I grab a cheap RADA sharpener and am more than happy with the results. They run about 8 bucks on Amazon and ebay.


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    Nov 28, 2016
    Baton Rouge, LA
    I enjoy my Ken Onion WorkSharp, and seem to have created another hobby- buying extra belts to try.

    Recently I bought several grits of diamond belts. I’ve now restored the edges to 8 ceramic blades. It’s nice to use them again.

    Actually, 2 of the ceramic blades are Kyocera. They offer “lifetime sharpening service.” However there is a $25 “shipping and handling fee.”

    I guess I just saved $50 bucks (less the $10 for the diamond belt.)

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