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    Wicked Edge sharping system f/s Pensacola

    Gen 2 Wicked Edge sharpening system for sale. Watch the youtube videos, this thing is awesome!! I just upgraded to their Gen4. It comes with base, mount, rods, stones 100-200 & 400-600. Ill even throw in a lesson!
    $25o.00

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    Last edited by chasin-tail; 04-08-2018 at 05:09 AM.

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    Awesome

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    I can do the same thing on a $1 dollar stone and oil.
    Politicians are like wet farts- you just can't trust them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Port View Post
    I can do the same thing on a $1 dollar stone and oil.
    Bet you can’t......I’ll even provide you the knives if you want to prove it.

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    Sort of looks like, https://lansky.com/

    Lansky Sharpeners is the most recognized name in knife sharpening worldwide.

    In addition to our legendary Controlled-Angle Knife Sharpening System we continue to develop new knife sharpeners and innovations for: hunting and outdoor sports, kitchen use, as well as the workshop. We are known for our hunting knife sharpeners, bench stones, pocket sharpeners, and guided sharpening systems.

    Visit our FAQ page to learn more about Lansky Sharpeners.
    and https://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0ge...P4ms97lIojOaQ-

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    New lower PRICE ....$$$250.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobinbusan View Post
    Sort of looks like, https://lansky.com/

    Lansky Sharpeners is the most recognized name in knife sharpening worldwide.

    In addition to our legendary Controlled-Angle Knife Sharpening System we continue to develop new knife sharpeners and innovations for: hunting and outdoor sports, kitchen use, as well as the workshop. We are known for our hunting knife sharpeners, bench stones, pocket sharpeners, and guided sharpening systems.

    Visit our FAQ page to learn more about Lansky Sharpeners.
    and https://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0ge...P4ms97lIojOaQ-
    Wicked edge is a total level of perfection about the Lansky, I still go with the KME system which also puts lansky to shame.

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    And one have an Auto knife they want to trade??

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    I did watch a youtube video on it ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHYQJPlRv4I ). That guy said there is "14 Steps" involved with the Wicked Edge. He was using the Gen 2.
    You start at 100 grit, then 200, 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, 1600 grit stones, then ceramics, then 2 different leather strops. He also says you do 200 stokes on each side per grit. ( 2min. 01 sec). Seems excessive.
    I'm assuming the 14 Steps (actually using 14 different grits) is for the 1st time sharpening, then maybe fewer steps to keep the edge, depending on what you cut or chopped with it? I'm not sure, as he didn't say either way?
    I think it'd be worth it tho, if you have good steel knives like D2, 154cm or s30v and the like. Since I only have 1 knife thats D2, the rest are 440c, I'm gonna have to stay with the poorman's whetrock and moon rock and leave the high dollar stuff to you rich guys.
    ~Behind the Fall of every man, there stands a woman.~

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    The longest step is grit 100. The 1st time you sharpen a knife and break that factory edge, yiu will move some metal. You can match the factory edge too if you like. I definitely like a more acute angle, it is sharper, but needs attention sooner. This would be for my kitchen knives for sure.
    Even my pocket knives i like to sharpen with a more acute angle.
    Saying this, step 1 may take 5mins, once you get the burr to the edge of the blade, all the lighter grits do is take the scratches out from the 100 grit.
    Skinner and pocket knives go to 600grit, kitchen knives to 1000.
    I have 2 leather strops but thats for show!! Or if your bored!

    I just freshened up 4 kitchen knives, took less than an1hr to do them all.

    If you want to see it work in person, let me know.

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