Knife Sharpening

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by TonyEllis, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. TonyEllis

    TonyEllis Newb

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    Hello everyone. I am looking for recommendations on what knife sharpening system to use. Currently, I use a pull-through but I have red how people believe it shaves off too much steel. I do not have top end knifes. I have a few Kershaw's, Buck, Old Timer, Gerber to name a few. I paid under $50 for all my knifes, but I do want them to stay sharp and not be doing more harm than good. So any recommendations on a knife sharpening system that does little to no damage would be great. Thank you.

    -Tony
     
  2. SharpEyeSam

    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    I have the WorkSharp Knife Sharpener and it works really well. It keeps all my knives and my wive's kitchen knives sharp.
     
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    KjKlump Weekend Warrior

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    Little to no damage you are just honing.
    I use my truck window bring the edge back.
     
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    hard to go wrong with ceramic crock sticks....
     

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