Smith's Sharpeners: PP1 Tactical Knife Sharpeners

Smith's Sharpeners: PP1 Tactical Knife Sharpeners

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A sharp edge is key in the field and on the job. Keep your favorite folders and fixed blades razor sharp with this small accessory that clips right to your pack or your keychain Read More

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sheffieldsg
72
Mar 25, 2019
If you're sharpening for the first time or need something inexpensive, start with a ceramic rod instead of a pull through sharpener that can ruin your edge. Lansky 8" Ceramic Sharp Stick https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000B8FW0O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_GnmMCbCSFVVGP
sheffieldsg
72
Mar 25, 2019
Debating if it's worth it just for the pocket clip ūüėā
BobA
12
Mar 22, 2019
I like Smith's knife sharpeners! They're great for pocket knives, but I don't think it would work well for a fixed-blade. However, this version is limited. Get the Smith's 50364 Pocket Pal X2 Sharpener & Outdoors Tool. It has a light, a whistle and a ferro rod that will produces lots of hot sparks when pulled through the sharpening blades as indicated on the device. It also comes with a compass that's, well, better than nothing I suppose.....
Cromulent
298
Mar 21, 2019
I have the regular Smith's. It's near enough to worthless. Only get this if you can't manage a stone wherever you plan on taking this. It barely gets a blade sharp enough to gut a fish.
Flybooey
3
Mar 21, 2019
Oh yeah...."tactical" !
Bobraz
2614
Jan 20, 2019
1) I'm not very good with sharpening stones. 2) This gadget here is not recommended (is the Lansky Blade Medic better by the way? I've ordered one). So what should I do then (besides bringing my knife to a professional sharpener, which is a chore)?
Kavik
5464
Jan 20, 2019
Illinois gave good advice. The only thing I'd like to add is that IF you're going to go with a pull through sharpener, the ones that use just ceramic rods instead of carbide bars would be a bit better. Still use a gentle hand and more passes, rather than more pressure and fewer passes.
sheffieldsg
72
Mar 25, 2019
A simple ceramic rod will do wonders if used correctly. Sharpening doesn't have to be expensive and you don't have to run your blades with a pull through. Lansky 8" Ceramic Sharp Stick https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000B8FW0O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_GnmMCbCSFVVGP
jmk451
125
Dec 14, 2018
I'm pretty happy with the recent Fällkniven DC4 sharpening stone drop. But if there were a drop for a Fällkniven Flipstone, *that* would be worthwhile....
Fixall
264
Nov 18, 2018
Swing and a miss Massdrop. These things destroy knives. If you have a knife enthusiast on the staff... Maybe leave the knife drops to them.
14themoney
1388
Dec 18, 2018
I seem to remember a book by Rachel Carson that discussed this problem. It was called Silent Scream. If knives could speak, they would tell you "Don't throw me in that briar patch."
warriorscot
317
Jan 20, 2019
If all you need to do is sharpen a throwaway $5 kitchen knife or camp knife these things are fine. It doesn't destroy them, it's not a good edge, but you don't need a good one for basic work.
14themoney
1388
Nov 16, 2018
I see that many are in agreement with me about the wisdom of using a pull-thru. There's a line in a Kinky Friedman song about pull-ahead cafes. And there are crazy drivers guilty of pull-outs.........in front of me. There should be a law against pull-outs. Hmmm. Shotgun shells for hunting chickens- pellets for pullets. But, I digest. There are much better choices for knife sharpening than this. The portable Lansky that was offered recently is way better.
Dirthole04
34
Nov 16, 2018
TACTICAL!!!!
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