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Thread: Sharpening Konosuke Stainless Honesuki Maru

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    Senior Member Josh's Avatar
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    Apr 2011

    Sharpening Konosuke Stainless Honesuki Maru

    Hi -
    This is my first boning knife, and I want to make sure I take the right approach with sharpening it - any advice on what angle, what grit stones I should be using? My gut tells me to stay away from steep angled bevels since this knife is used to take apart chickens, and needs to go through bone - but I'd rather ask before I go and do something wrong...
    Thanks !

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    Dave Martell's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    Airville, PA
    Hi Josh,
    A safe bet is to follow what angles are already put on the knife by the maker. I would start grinding (assuming it's a right handed knife - on the right side) high on bevel and work my way down to the edge. On the left side it will be the same but a much smaller bevel hence less time/work. I would use a coarse stone to start and finish at about 5k(ish) with stropping for the de-burr part.


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