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How I sharpen my cutting tools in the field

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How I sharpen my cutting tools in the field
Cutting tool used in this video:
Sharpening stone:

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10 thoughts on “How I sharpen my cutting tools in the field

  1. Great video as always 🙂 Maybe in a future video, you can show the best way to get rid of the burr. I find that a lot of folks forget about that, or just don’t bother. I look forward to your next video!

  2. I think your sharpening will improve if you remove the biggest reason for inaccuracy and inconsistency of angle as shown in your work here; try holding the stone against something solid so that it does not wave around in the air. You are trying to deal with a moving target when you don’t have to do so. Following that, you might learn to use a strop effectively. Good luck.

  3. Thanks Lilly for the lesson on sharpening. I too have trouble with the angling. But practice makes perfect. Surprised you have no snow there. I like your shelter. Of course Shawn has a super pad but surprised he invited Joe Robinet even though they are buddies. Joe may never leave and have to use a tent again. Poor Shawn 🙁 after all that work !!

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