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    Is it actually a Victorinox SAK, or a knock off?
    Steel quality on a copy will be shite by comparison
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    Is it actually a Victorinox SAK, or a knock off?
    Steel quality on a copy will be shite by comparison
    Genuine Pengy, "Officier Suisse"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Songhurst View Post
    Genuine Pengy, "Officier Suisse"
    Toothpick is missing. Very important
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    Send it to me with a postage paid envelope and I'll return it hair shaving sharp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    Toothpick is missing. Very important
    tweezers, methinks.


    basic fine stone thingy does mine.

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    a good stone is great (wow i sound just like a greenie politician) but make sure you use a good honing oil. for a quick sharpen those ceramic pencils work well even on stainless.
    but i have found on stainless that sharpening one edge then de-burring the other is the way to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awaian View Post
    tweezers, methinks.


    basic fine stone thingy does mine.
    My SAK has both tweezers and toothpick at the same end
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    Just chock the lanksy stone up in somthing and use it like a mini bench stone. Will work perfectly for that little blade

 

 

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