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Ontario Knife Company's new Robeson Heirloom® series was designed with a classic look and built for endurance, featuring knives with a robust full-tang D2 tool steel blade and stabilized hardwood handles. The Robeson Heirloom Trailing Point is a tradition…Read More
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When you first enter the world of knife sharpening, it can seem like there's a whole new language to learn. In this post you'll find some of the most commonly used terms in sharpening.   Abrasive – The material used to sharpen your blade. Some common ab…Read More
The Lansky Puck is great for sharpening lawn mower blades, machetes, hatchets, axes, shovels and other cutting tools. The Puck’s dual-grit design provides a coarse side (120 grit) for quick shaping, and a medium side (280 grit) for final sharpening and f…Read More
When purchasing a folding knife, one of the things you’ll want to consider is lock type. Locking mechanisms are important because they prevent the knife from folding closed on your hand. Here are 3 popular lock types we love.   Liner Lock The liner l…Read More
Originally designed in 1979, the Lansky Controlled-Angle Sharpening System was created with one thought in mind; to make a knife sharpener anyone could use to obtain a razor-sharp edge. Getting Started with your Lansky Knife Sharpening System:     If you…Read More