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    Question Fixing a Bent Tip?

    My friend lent me her Chef's knife to sharpen and I noticed the tip is bent. What is the best way to go about fixing this. Just bend it back against something hard? Use pliers? Lightly hammer it on something flat? I really am not sure what to do.

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    I'll try to post a pick. Knife is a Mercer I think.

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    Correction. Knife says it is a STUBAI? Made in Austria. INOX, 10" chef knife. No I'll see if I can post picks.

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    I am not the best a taking pics of knives and had to resort to my phone, so I hope these are detailed enough.

    Knife profile:

    Knife tip:

    Thanks

    -AJ

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    thats just one you need to sharpen out... fixing it is not worth the effort. It looks to just be about 1-2mm or so... is that right?

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    You could try hammering lightly on something hard and pretty flat, if it breaks off lower the spine to form a new tip

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    The tip could use lowering, anyways.
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    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Yes, I would say 2mm max. Thanks for all the replies. Do you think my 400 Chosera would do the job? Is it just a matter of patience?

    -AJ

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