Keeping your knife sharp is as important as keeping your feet dry, and your gun clean. In this video I demonstrate how to sharpen small knives, and my preferred method on sharpening large knives and how to do it with improvised materials in the field.
Find the Tahoma Field Knife at http://tinyurl.com/muzz8cu
In this video I use the Eze-lap 510 (400,1200 grit) and an Eze-lap 530 (1200, ceramic) and am able to get an edge with a CONSISTENT angle and sharper edge than what comes from MOST factories.
The Knives featured in this video are the TOPS Wilderness Guide 4.0, and the TOPS Tahoma Field Knife (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag23rB5RiAQ)
Behind the scenes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE3MIB8GCSY&feature=gp-n-y
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Category: Outdoors Uploaded: 04/10/2015