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Harvey has been sharpening knives since he was 7.
Nothing gives him the same satisfaction or sense of accomplishing perfection as making a razor sharp edge.
He takes great pride in his work, and your chisels will return with a better than brand new working edge.
2″ flat sharpen $12/ kydex cover $12
1″ flat sharpen $10/ kydex cover $10
large V sharpen $15/ kydex cover $10
Medium V sharpen $10/ kydex cover $8
Medium gouge sharpen $12/ kydex cover $12
Ice knife sharpen $15/kydex cover $20
(Add an extra $5 for chisels/knife with deep chips (1/16″) out of the cutting edge)
Also capable of re-handling broken or worn out chisels.
We use a Makita #98202 Chisel Sharpener
As you can see we modified the blade holder to accept a Chisel
Adjust the height & angle of the guide
Notice the water reservoir- Fill & turn the black dial slightly to allow a dribble of water out
Be sure the Chisel is at a 90 degree angle to the guide
Place the chisel and bracket on the guide & slowly move back & forth across the spinning stone
Unfortunately practice is necessary to get a good edge
Using a leather Strop
Place the Chisel at the front of the Strop
Press the Chisel down against the strop & drag it to you