huh.. I thought it said only SE... not sure because if it would have said PE I probably would have thought about getting one. If it was just PE then I dont know where he would have gotten it except the 'bayPockets wrote:Right, I saw that, but I they said they only had PE ones. I guess they found more!
this ^ for suresal wrote: I would suggest that you get a 10X-12X loupe and study the edge on your knife while you are sharpening. As mentioned, finer grit goes very slow, best to use the coarsest grit until you have both sides of the edge at apex. This is easily seen with a loupe. Good luck.
Hehe...FroOchie wrote:Its the hat we make them wear. Though it makes them look the part it really fills up the field of view from the back seat... I know. When my driver wont budge, I hit him with the Grey Poupon and that usually gets him to sit lower in the seat. Hope the tip helps you too. lol
Yep and IMO if you can't sharpen zdp (harder to sharpen than s30v according to almost everyone, though I have no s30v now) then I personally don't think you should start a sharpening business.razorsharp wrote:if ya dont have a sharpmaker, get one, if your using a hardware store stone, bin it