Buy a cheap copy of The Razor Edge Book of Sharpening by John Juranitch. Universally recognized as “The Bible of The Cutting Edge”, this book belongs in the. History’s first technical book ever written on the subject of sharpening. THE RAZOR EDGE BOOK OF SHARPENING by John Juranitch is the result of over 30 . 24 Jan I actually have kept my copy of the Razor Edge Book OF Sharpening by John Juranitch. When I got my Razor Edge Ultimate kit about 8 years.

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Juranihchpages. My bigger folders like the Manix and the Lil’ T are sharpened to around 15 deg per side, and I can cut free hanging paper towles from the side pretty much without snagging.

Who is online Users browsing this forum: I have showed guys that have been working oc the meat industry for many years Juranich’s book and video and they didn’t even know about raising a burr! Jan 24, Dave rated it liked it. And I understand the soaking time makes them a bit more complicated to use than the typical benchstone. Boo matter which side you are on pulling or pushingyou have the chance to observe somebody why really knows what he is doing and I think you can pick up a lot by just watching him.


Having read it, I don’t think I would buy it, but only because it is just not that deep. He also emphasises the final touch should be made on something very fine Once I have tried their techniques with the tools I have.

He just said they are good steak knives and the rest of the time boik simply a bad idea. At some point Sharpebing wanted to summarize my experience with sharpening on Japanese Waterstones in a tread on bladeforums, but after watching the DVD there wasn’t really any point in doing that anymore.

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There are 2 other sharpening books that I think definitely go into more detail about advanced sharpening. Want to Read saving….

Manuel rated it it was amazing Jan 02, You just rub the whole thing on the stone until boo, get juranitcg burr and flip sides. Import is that even though you raise the angle you remain below something like 20 deg, if not less. John W Finnell rated it it was ok Feb 28, That is actually a whole lot easier than cutting in from the side. Obviously a papertowel is a lot more difficult to cut than a piece of paper and I find it a lot more difficult than shaving armhair as well.

Being able to sharpen things is a skill I have attempted to develop of and on, mostly off, since I was a boy–to no avail.

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Yes some of the information is basic, but sometimes people don’t even know the basics. Fact is, that my edges have been better than ever and I get there much, much faster with the Carter technique huranitch with anything I had tried before. The page book is crammed with photos, illustrations and cutting edge sec Universally recognized as “The Bible of The Cutting Edge”, this book belongs in the library of anyone who is serious about sharpening.


Christian rated it it was ok Sep 29, raazor What a bad day at work The people that like to pull say pushing the blade will degrade the edge, especially in the final steps because you push the well formed edge right into a hard obstacle the abrasive particles that are sticking out of the surface and the swarf that the blade is plowing into.

Mentatreader rated it really liked it Jan 09, As a matter of biok, I had come to the conclusion not too long before I bought the Carter DVD, that pulling is the way to go for me, and yes, I am using waterstones. I also think that at least Spyderco knives have sufficient relief, even though I razog it a try and increased the relief on my Pacific. Not the stiff kind but the one that is kind of quilted? Thanks for telling us about the problem. I would recommend it. I probably read it a year ago.