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    Senior Member Jmadams13's Avatar
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    +1 for sand paper. I use 220/320 grit taped to a big tile for coarse profiling or tip repair and the like. Cheap, and works great
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    Atoma 600

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    Shapton Pro 220 is first choice...if not going fast enough, reach for the DMT XC

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    Norton Blaze on a belt grinder. Nothing compares for removing metal quickly. 10x faster than DMT XXC. Just watch where you're grinding.

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    imanishi 400
    naniwa 400
    beston 500
    naniwa omura 150

    those are the ones i'm considering, leaning toward the 150 as that thing seems like a brick and will last a while. i dont mind a little dishing, care more about how it feels (not a fan of shaptons)

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    picking a coarse stone seems harder than picking a knife, so i just went with my gut and ordered the omura 150, will report when it arrives.

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    I've used a Naniwa SS 220 effectively, but it wears as fast as it cuts.
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    what does anyone think of the ******** *** 320 for this?

    anyone try out gesshin 400 yet? =D

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