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    I've already got the 1k and 5k,...otherwise, I'd be in!
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    Good news! I was able to get 2 stones (the double sided and #6000 stone) approved to be passed around, so we don't have to choose.

    #6000 stone passaround:
    1. brainsausage
    2. Mike9
    3. Cclin

    Double sided stone:
    1. Crothcipt

    @ tk59 and EdipisReks, which would you prefer?
    @ BurkeCutlery and kalaeb : Is the double sided stone okay? It has the 1000 grit on it.

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    Yeah, I think it's better. Two birds, one stone.

    Literally.

    I hunt birds with whetstones.

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    i'd like the double, i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Yeah, I think it's better. Two birds, one stone.

    Literally.

    I hunt birds with whetstones.
    LOL Super arm muscles.

    Okay

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    List now...

    #6000 stone passaround:
    1. brainsausage
    2. Mike9
    3. Cclin

    Double sided stone:
    1. Crothcipt
    2. BurkeCutlery
    3. EdipisReks

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    Yes, I am game for the double sided.

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    Awesome! Thanks Mari!
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    can't wait to try it, thanks Mari!

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    I would like to try the double trouble one! Thanks for making this available!
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