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Old 06-21-2011, 08:38 AM   #11
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Very, very nice collection......Now, I realize you will likely have to kill me if you tell me, but how did you come by those stones? While I am certainly no pro at sharpening, it is a skill I have always admired and have always endeavored to improve my ability. Truth be known, I reckon it is a skill that one never truly masters.
Wow, sorry to not respond for so long! I totally missed the question! I got them from Ken Schwartz; you can reach him here. The large ones are from CKtG. They are all mounted for use in my Edge Pro Professional sharpener. They're also suitable for free hand and razor use. I use them to sharpen my Mora camping knives free hand.

Again, sorry to miss your question. Better late than never, I hope!
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Ain't no trouble...Thanks for the information!!
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Old 09-03-2012, 05:06 PM   #13
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Awesome. Someday I'll get one or two. They are so expensive, though. Japan Woodworker has what looks like a good selection that I drool over occasionally, lol.
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