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Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!

 
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Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!
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11/26/2013 11:29 PM

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Re: Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!
Got a couple of my grandfather's old wet stones, some have got to be CLOSE to 100 years old., no shit.. wish I knew the trade of proper honing and sharpening., still trying to get the hand of my kitchen hone.. nice edge here, even if not done tofw :)
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11/26/2013 11:33 PM

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Nice...check out the Tom Brown tracker knives
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11/26/2013 11:40 PM
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Re: Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!
Interesting..NOT!

Rocks(as in arrowheads)are sharper, a razor blade is like 7 to 8 microns, while stone arrowheads are around 3 microns.
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11/26/2013 11:46 PM
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Interesting..NOT!

Rocks(as in arrowheads)are sharper, a razor blade is like 7 to 8 microns, while stone arrowheads are around 3 microns.
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Knapped stone is too fragile to be practical though, and "resharpening" carries the risk of breaking the whole piece since you need to chip away more material to produce fresh conchoidal fractures along the edges.

This is why we invented steel knives and edged tools.
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11/26/2013 11:49 PM
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Re: Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!
Interesting..NOT!

Rocks(as in arrowheads)are sharper, a razor blade is like 7 to 8 microns, while stone arrowheads are around 3 microns.
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Knapped stone is too fragile to be practical though, and "resharpening" carries the risk of breaking the whole piece since you need to chip away more material to produce fresh conchoidal fractures along the edges.

This is why we invented steel knives and edged tools.
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Re: Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!
Interesting..NOT!

Rocks(as in arrowheads)are sharper, a razor blade is like 7 to 8 microns, while stone arrowheads are around 3 microns.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1676080


Knapped stone is too fragile to be practical though, and "resharpening" carries the risk of breaking the whole piece since you need to chip away more material to produce fresh conchoidal fractures along the edges.

This is why we invented steel knives and edged tools.
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Nope, you throw it away and make another. Thing is being able to make them in the first place, which is a lot harder than it looks and is a lost art.
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Re: Now That's a Sharp Knife!!!!
Nice...check out the Tom Brown tracker knives
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awesome.. I want one of these.!!

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