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Okay I don’t actually carry this in my pocket. But I can ;).

I sometimes do something that bruises my pocket knife edge. This time it was stumbling while crab-crawling and crouched under a low growing lime tree, cutting suckers. My knife went into the earth a bit. It was still sharp to finish taking off the suckers but it needed a quick edge before I ripped into other things. I like to cleanly zip open my potato chip bags. Haha.
it’s crazy how fast these cut steel. . For my pocket knife I typically only use the RED one. A medium grit. Leaves me a toothy edge good for chip bags And regular life.

sorry to drop this into the pool of exotic whetstones discussions you all have here. I’m pretty proud of my free-hand super sharp edge.
enjoy Sunday folks.

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Okay I don’t actually carry this in my pocket. But I can ;).

I sometimes do something that bruises my pocket knife edge. This time it was stumbling while crab-crawling and crouched under a low growing lime tree, cutting suckers. My knife went into the earth a bit. It was still sharp to finish taking off the suckers but it needed a quick edge before I ripped into other things. I like to cleanly zip open my potato chip bags. Haha.
it’s crazy how fast these cut steel. . For my pocket knife I typically only use the RED one. A medium grit. Leaves me a toothy edge good for chip bags And regular life.

sorry to drop this into the pool of exotic whetstones discussions you all have here. I’m pretty proud of my free-hand super sharp edge.
enjoy Sunday folks.

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Thanks for posting! I've always interested in those. I'm currently using 2 Dan's pocket stone, those works good for touch up but can be akward sometimes.
 
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