Recommendations on knife sharpening stones/ equipment ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by hankster View Post
    Spyderco Tri - Angle Sharpmaker !!!
    Ditto
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    the best and easiest sharpener i have found is the V-Sharp by warthog! it is the best for a quick sharpening right before you run out the door or the sit down long fine edge work! i got it about a year ago and stopped looking! i dont want to waste my time looking for a better one when (I) dont think there is a better one out there!! later
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    I have several Arkansas stones sold by Smith that I have had for 40 years. They do a great job. Takes skill and time.
    Have a Gerber diamond steel that use along with a ceramic steel. Also does a great job. Takes skill and time.
    Two days ago I picked up the Syderco Sharpmaker. It does a great job with less skill and time than my other setups. Has brass safety rods to help prevent oops. I highly recommend the Sharp Maker.
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    I have one similar to it but it's called "The Samurai Shark". I was skeptical at first but it definitely sharpened the edges of my S&W tactical folder. I have one of each "Samurai Shark" in the kitchen of my apartment and the other in my travel bag.

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    I've always used flat stones until I found the "Smith's Precision Sharponing Kit" very impressed with that kind of setup.

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    Spyderco Sharpmaker, best $50 I've spent on sharpening supplies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSharp View Post
    Spyderco Sharpmaker, best $50 I've spent on sharpening supplies.
    I have to ditto the sharpmaker. It's knife sharpening for dummies and when it comes to knife sharpening I'll freely admit I'm a dummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwyermw View Post
    Spyderco sharpening system is superb -about $50 on line
    I was at a woodworking convention in LA back in the mid 1980's. Spyderco had a booth there. I met the owner and his wife. It was the first time I had ever seen a serrated blade on a pocket knife. They were also demonstrating how their triangular ceramic stones. I ended up buying one of their Police Model knives, and a set of their stones in a leather carrier. Spyderco was brand new on the knife scene and nobody knew who they were. I have used that set of stones ever since and they still work as good today as they did the day I bought them. I used to use a good oil stone, but they haven't been used since I bought the Spyderco set. I can't recommend them enough. Quality isn't cheap, and cheap isn't quality.
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    I live in Vietnam are using my Leatherman skeletool cs are new with no experience and skills to receive my knife sharpener DMT Deluxe Aligner Kit, Lansky Deluxe Diamond Sharpening System Lansky and as Lansky knife sharpener system can generate the very good results. they have so many different color codes how to properly use a knife sharpening hone Push and pull repeat this process to take about how many times and then do the other side thanks to all who pray God bless
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