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    Used sharpening stone for sale

    Hi hi guys,

    I have another slightly use stone for sale.

    The Togiharu double sided stone with a #1000 grit and #4000 grit. There a slight crack on the side, but honestly as long you don't plan to drop it everywhere, it is perfectly fine to use.


    * Note crack.





    Product Link!
    Retail Price: $49.90
    Selling for: $24.95 + Shipping

    How to use:
    - Splash and go, but for best results soak only the #1000 grit for 2-3 minutes. The #1000 side will soak up some water and create a nice slurry when you use it.

    Preferred payment method: Paypal
    After noting you would like it on this thread, please PM your name, phone number, email, shipping and billing information. I will send you a paypal payment request shortly.

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    I'll take it
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Blah!!! You beat me to it!

    Quote Originally Posted by cclin View Post
    I'll take it
    That's exactly what I have been looking for! Needed a cheap set of combo stone to start practicing my sharpening skills...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayeung74 View Post
    That's exactly what I have been looking for! Needed a cheap set of combo stone to start practicing my sharpening skills...
    I'll let you know if we get anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korin_Mari View Post
    I'll let you know if we get anymore.
    Thanks. I'm trying to put together a start set of stone for less than $50, and this seemed like an awesome deal. I have some leather and balsa wood strops that I made myself.

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