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Discussion in 'Knives' started by donner, Feb 13, 2014.
Good sharpening info here.
Wicked Edge FTW. I saw it on another forum, watched some videos then donated plasma for a couple months to buy one. Stupid expensive, but I do a lot of butchering, cooking, etc...it is well worth the money. If I didn't have/use knives so much, I'd stick with a diamond whetstone.
Yep - I've got a Wicked Edge sharpener. It's almost fool proof. It works great for larger knives. My only complaint is getting a low enough angle for small folding pocket knives but that was solved with a third party adapter.
What adapter did you get?
I've been looking at the Ken Onion sharpener. Maybe....
Tormek Small Knife Holder SVM-00.
It's made for a different sharpening system but works well for the Wicked Edge also. I read about it on the Wicked Edge Website / Forum. I ordered it online from Klingpore's Woodworking Shop - https://www.woodworkingshop.com/product/tm22221/ but you can get it from Amazon as well - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B...&pf_rd_p=edaba0ee-c2fe-4124-9f5d-b31d6b1bfbee. The Amazon deal is a little better; free shipping plus there is an extra jig for the other sharpening system.
I have had one since Christmas, I just can't change my ways.
I have multiple stones, one of which I paid $150 for, use it on broadheads, but for knives, I use this, and I am tasked with sharpening ALL my coworkers knives, they call me the knife whisperer, 2 minits razor sharp, unless you stuck it in a machine and ground away the blade
Good system. I have the set with longer rods and the box with short rods for traveling.
Yup, short rods for work, long rods are in my hunting stash, me and my bro taking apart six deer on a draw hunt, I sharpened blades as fast as I could, the beer tasted really good that night