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V-Sharp by Warthog Sharpeners Gives You the “Edge”

The true dynamic of sharpening is the amount of pressure one applies to the blade. Pressure is almost 70% of any sharpening technique. Your sharpening medium (Diamond, Stone, Steel, Ceramic, Tungsten, etc)  is a mere 10% of the overall sharpening dynamic. This is why a lot of people cannot sharpen, with the products on the [...] Outdoor Hub, The Outdoor Information Engine - V-Sharp by Wart
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