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    Recomended Edges for Various Knives

    I believe that there was a thread that gave suggestions on what grits various knives should be sharpened too.

    I tried to find it but its escaping me. I think DaveM started it. Does anybody know what thread I'm referrering to?

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    Anyway, on almost anything I have I have two stone-jns 1k and binsui edge.

    Ask people who got a knife from me how do they like it...
    [point is, numbers doesnt matter]

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    Mike, I hear ya and its all preferrence yada yada yada but I think I once heard that a more polished (less toothy) edge is better for slicing knives and prep knives should have more bit to them. I just wanted to reference that doc
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    bollocks

    But yadaaaa, its all a preference

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    You make me laugh Mike. And yeah, your edges are great IMO.
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    Devin made a post about edges a while back.....
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    I tend to recommend sharp edges on most knives. But your mileage may vary.
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    Thanks Tom, Got a bunch of funny guys areound here today ;-)
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    I recommend True Grit, personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    I recommend True Grit, personally.
    But which one?
    I prefer the new one with Jeff Bridges, but the old one is good too.
    "Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sorta good at something." -Jake the Dog

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