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    How about some sandpaper wrapped around a dowel? Dont need a full grit progression. Clamp the handle to the edge of table, then hold the dowel on each end and pull it along the edge.
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    I love birdsbeaks. One of my most used knives. I just buy cheap Victorinox ones and throw them once they dull... why would you try to sharpen one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messy Jesse View Post
    I love birdsbeaks. One of my most used knives. I just buy cheap Victorinox ones and throw them once they dull... why would you try to sharpen one?
    Cause they do not come sharp ootb?? I don't know cause I don't use them..

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    The second item down here is what you need:

    http://thebestthings.com/newtools/norton_slips.htm
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    I received a Tojiro bird's beak for free with a purchase long ago, and I use it to open up packaging, etc.

    To sharpen, I taped wet/dry sandpaper to a rounded surface (I use a wide coffee can) and it works pretty well.

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