knife sharpening

White Smoke

Black powder rules!
May 2, 2011
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Once you get your knives sharp, go to Fine Firearms in La Mesa and get an AccuSharp knife sharpener. I have several of these because THEY WORK! Just a few strokes on a knife blade or broadhead and it's razor sharp. They're only about $10 or so but they're the best I've ever used.
 

josecasillas

If it flies it dies, if it hops it drops....
Apr 24, 2012
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san diego
i have seen them before at fine firearms. they sell it all. I love that place and the guys there are great! i'll be picking one up here pretty soon 8)
 

oneazbowhunter

"will work for tag"
Oct 28, 2011
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prescott valley,AZ
from the back of the blade you have to lift the edge of the blade and slide it off(away from you) I've actually found its much easier to just break the blade when you want to change it..seems to be a little easier to remove.be careful with these blades because they are SHARP
 

TopBuck

I despise granola heads!
Aug 1, 2011
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I like your thinking J.R.

Sharpening a knife can be hard to master and time consuming, I don't own one yet but can tell one would work well for caping.
 

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