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Re: Knive sharpening


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Posted by Ray Basso on September 13, 2011 at 12:06:42:

In Reply to: Re: Knive sharpening posted by TN-bbq on September 13, 2011 at 07:43:19:

I think that is good comparison. I don't own a knife that costs over a $100 and the closest to that is a my Sog Trident Tanto. The Sog retails for a little over $100 but I bought it for $60 and I have never had to sharpen it. So, I don't have any problem using the Chef Pro on any knife I own. But if I could afford some real expensive knifes I probably would change my mind about how I sharpen them.

My everyday carry knife is a A.G. Russell FeatherLite folding knife. I have used it and sharpened it too much in the first stage of the Chef Pro. As a result the knife would not close properly. I fixed that with a little Dremel tool work but I am more careful now.

Ray Basso


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