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Guided Field Sharpener #7726831 01/24/20 12:29 AM
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I've carried and will continue carry a moore maker diamond stone in my pocket as part of my edc. They are descent little stones and I can sharpen a knife fairly quickly with one although they are medium and fine sided stone. Recently picked up a work sharp Guided Field Sharpener and I have to say I'm impressed. They run around the same price is that little moore maker stone but man have they got some cool features. Its more of a backpack,tacklebox or toolbox sharpener but its good nonetheless.


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I have been using one of those for years. Under the diamond plates which are held on with magnets are broadbead wrenches, I have sharpened lots of knives, broadheads, and some fish hooks on them

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I use the Worksharp that they copied grin

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