(B) Sharpen your knife student practice

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  1. Ryan Alexander

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    You'll never catch me with a dull knife, or axe for that matter. I take care of my babies!
     
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    this is my "after" shot, not too sure where my "before" ended up but i just wanted to get my assignment posted so i can move onto the next one, i hope this is ok
     
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    Moras are about as easy as they come to sharpen. The Spyderco kit makes things easy too, but I am looking to pick up a few good stones as well.
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    This is my submission for Knife sharpening. Thanks for looking!
     
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    Woohoo ! Took my well-worked Erikkson Mora that would only BEND paper. I watched the video and followed the instructions. Let the angle settle on the emory paper and then lifted a hair. I maintained my angle as I drew the knife away from the edge.

    I only worked the knife on 400 and 800 but success !

    I still need a ton of practice but at least feel confident enough with the technique to tighten up some of my costlier knives.

    Great Learning experience for me as my sharpening skills stink to high heaven.

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    My knife had some definite nicks and grooves in it. I used a spyderco knife kit and started with the diamond sharpening stones to get the bigger grooves out and then switched to the coarse ceramic stone and then the fine to really get a good edge. I then stropped it to polish the edge. Before I was having a hard time cutting through a piece of paper and afterwards it cut straight through.

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    Here is my submission? Mora Black that was new a few months ago. Using a Fallkniven DC4. The grooves Mora cuts into the edge sure make sharping a pain.

    Is there a secret to pulling the edge thru the stone as you move into the curve of the blade?

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    Sharpened on stone, then ceramic rod (fine) then strope.
     
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    Need to get a strop, but this will do in the mean time!
     
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    Hate a dull tool. A couple of the ways I sharpen my tools. (Kept it brief)
     
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    IMG_20171119_152328.jpg As you can see I use a few stones. All Arkansas stones. After I get done with them I stop with a leather strop(not pictured). I highly recommend Dan's Whetstones by the way
     
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    Came with a secondary bevel that took a bit of time getting off. Used 3 stones and a two sided strop.
     
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    Post outing sharpening session.
     

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    Most of the knives in the house were already pretty sharp. However, my Leatherman Squirt is my EDC and gets a lot of heavy use opening packages and cutting cardboard. It had gotten pretty dull. Used a Spyderco Sharpmaker.

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    This is my attempt with sharpened knife. Thanks!

     
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    250, 600 and 1500 sandpaper
     
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    My Mora Eldris has been getting a bit dull, so decided to use this for my sharpening practice. I prefer scandi grinds now over others, so that is what I am using daily. It would cut paper, but cuts were jagged and torn.
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    I used my Fallkniven stone to sharpen both sides. 15 strokes each side, 7 strokes, 4, and then one on each side.
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    I then stropped both sides on a piece of leather with no compound (don't have any).
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    Final cuts are much better!
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    Need a better system for sure but works for now.

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    My system is a neoprene mouse pad, some wet/dry sandpaper, and eventually a strop-bat.

    Here's a picture of my starting point. My old Turley something-or-other (it's old, I can't remember) needs a good sharpening so here we go.
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    And of course I forgot my strop-bat at home. So home we go...
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    This turned out pretty well. Like a featherstick but with newspaper.
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    I rarely let my outdoors knives get to a state where they need anything more than a stropping, but one of my kitchen knives was dropped in the sink and needed to be sharpened. I like to use 3M micro abrasives on a mouse pad, then I follow it with a strop. When it pops hair I am happy. I find I can go from dull to shaving sharp in about 2 minutes. When I am in the bush I will use razor-strop fungus, which is plentiful in my neck of the woods. I also carry a stone or ceramic rod with me as well as wear a leather belt.


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    Here's my post for knife sharpening. I use a coarse and fine smiths stones. I finish on my homemade belt strop with green polishing compound. Razor sharps. Thanks Phil

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    New mora. Had a small spot that was dull. Most of the knife was already really sharp. I cleaned the spine. It was rough from the box. Then ran it over 3000 grit , 8000 grit and then lightly on the strop with red compound.
     

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    This is a 1969 sak tinker. It would not cut at all when I first got it. I could push my finger into the edge and not cut myself. I used 400, 800 grit paper, then 3000/8000 grit stone. Then light strop with red compound. It was fairly sharp after the paper. I could get hair to pop off my arm. It's really sharp after the stone. There is still a very small chip in the blade. I am sure I can get it out, but I think with this being a older blade I will wait for the next few times I sharpen it. I just do not want to take away too much metal on 1 sharpening.

    1st pic was of my attempt to cut the paper before sharpening. Last pic is the cut I made after sharpening.
     

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    New knife got a lot of use today...

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    15 passes each side with the DMT...

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    It shaves again!

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    Here is mine. I use my leg that way people don't see me as "weird" (I normally do not wear shorts.)
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    Was recently given an older, very neglected SAK by a buddy of mine. It was pretty seized up, and the two knife edges were hardly edges at all. I oiled all the joints and usee steel wool to clean up the other tools. The smaller of the two blades had a nasty little chip near the tip. I was able to get rid of it and get both blades back to usable shape. I used a 1000/4000 whetstone. Definitely not as sharp as I'd like, but considering the shape it was in i'm happy enough. 20180104_133555.jpg It'll even shave:
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    tried out the sandpaper today. I usually use stones and an old belt, which gets my bushlore shaving sharp, but not my mora.

    The marker was reapplied after each grit. Not shaving sharp after the final pass on the strop. Good enough for feathers, but I need more practice.
     
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    15154505536091533304620.jpg sharpening skill complete! I shared a little of my kit also the ceramic insulator from a light fixture works wonders on a edge and cork is my strop material of choice!
     
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    The knife wasn't too dull, but a touch up before making feather sticks was in order. I got out my sharpening kit and did the deed. (Note to you younger guys, the arm skin gets thin as you get older. Be careful with 'shaving the arm hair'. No I didn't cut myself, but it was a probability so I refrained. )

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    Sharpened up the SAK tonight. Arm shaving and paper cutting.

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    My daily carry knives needed a little tuning up, so I took some pictures.

    Opinel #8 for farm carry, and Case Stockman for work. Got a Smith's Tri-Hone for Christmas as well, so wanted to try it out. I used to use the sand paper block on the top, the Tri-Hone is a little nicer. Still use a cut off belt for stroping, on the right. That, along with the red diamond hone, is what I carry in the woods.

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    It looks like the big Case blade could use a little more work, next time I'll get it as good as the Opinel, which shaved my arm and the paper easily.
     
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    Just a little knife I use for carving.
     
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    Pic 1: marked up the edge with a sharpie
    Pic 2: sharpening on a stone
    Pic 3: upon the recommendation of a friend, I also made hand-held sharpeners from paint stirrers and 400, 800 and 1500 grit sandpaper
    Pic 4: end result, cut the paper nicely in half

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    This is my sharpening system and results...

    DC4 - anything Scandi and field touch-ups for the rest
    Worksharp - For the other knives I have that are flat, saber, & hollow
    Strop is a block I got from a hardware store with a basic yellow compound, nothing too fancy
    Wooden block whittled for the DC4
    No-slip shelf liner to keep it all still
    And a ditty bag I made from an Ikea curtain

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    My Mora needed a bit of work, but if you look closely in the last photo, you can see my arm hairs it shaved off! I use a 1000/6000 grit Japanese stone, strop with green compound on the rough side, and then strop on the finished side of the leather.
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    I figured I’d start with this lesson since I’m somewhat familiar with sharpening and I had a very dull knife.

    This is the knife I’m using for the lesson.
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    It’s a convex edge with a secondary bevel. I do not want the secondary bevel.
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    It glides over hair and paper just laughs at it.
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    That looks like something my cat chewed on. Not good. The following are what I used to bring it back into shape.
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    I started with the 400 grit wet/dry on left and worked my way to the 2000 grit on the right. The wet/dry paper was placed on the rubber backer that the knife rests on in the above pic.
    I use more pressure on the blade with the 400 grit and then lighten up as I progress to the 2000.
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    I also use the paper wet. I wet the rubber under the paper as well, that keeps it from moving around on me.
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    When finished, the edge was as good as I could hope for. It shaved hair both ways very easily with no pressure, and glided through paper without a hitch. This was my first go with a convex edge and I’m very pleased.

    Now on to the next lesson!
     
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    A little stone and a bit of strop!
     

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    IMG_0551.JPG Here's my practice. Scored a Victorinox SAK for $2. Just needed a little love and cleaning. Gotta love the flea market!
     
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    I received this Killrathi Puukko as part of a challenge by @t.darrah . I used it on my first overnighter - I used it mainly for feather sticks and food prep but when I got home - it has a rolled edge and a little nick where the knife curves( I am sure there is an official term for that curve but I don't know it).

    I did a sharpie on both edges so I could make sure to keep the scandi grind:

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    I started with 800 grit sand paper and then 1000, and then 2000 on both sides.

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    I then used a leather belt with green compound and now it is all sharp and rolled edge is gone.

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    Nice job @diamondm are you sharpening it in the direction of the edge ( back and forth, and shimying it back away from the edge) or drawing it back? I do sloyd knives with a shimmy along the cutting edge of the blade. It works really well
     
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    @Carabnr - I was drawing back and doing my best to keep the blade dead flat to maintain the correct grind.I will have to look into doing a shimmy along the cutting edge - not familiar with that technique.
     
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    Im planning on a video for the final post. hope it helps.
     
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    Used 600, 800, and 1200 grit Imperial WetorDry paper and finished with leather belt.
    Shaves fairly well too!
    Thanks for a great class!
    Love this stuff!
     
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    IMG_20180218_131331875.jpg Arkansas Stone and stropped this Condor Swamp Romper. It will cut!

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    My Garberg needed sharpened so here is mine.

    I sharpen all my knives with the DC4, then finish on a strop. The knife edge cleaned up really good today.

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