Knife sharpener

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  1. Ashley Adams

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    Anyone have any advice on a good but not overly pricey sharpener? One for in the kitchen or in the field…


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    I switched to havalon replaceable blades for gutting, skinning and deboning. Surgical sharp with no sharpening. I also have a filet knife which is my main deboning knife. Just got it last year and haven’t sharpened it.
     
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    Honestly I have tried a few but always go back to a 1000/6000 wet stone.

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    I used lansky guided rods for awhile and got v ery good results but they were finicky. Id say difficulty was medium. This new one i got from worksharp is awesome though. Dial it in to the angke you want and go. 13EF7B6A-7AF0-4312-A87F-414B371E32A0.png
     

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