Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! OK, so I had the opportunity to use my Ban Tang competition chopper (in L7 I believe) this past weekend (this one: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1181501-Ban-Tang-Competition-Chopper-Prototype ). I put it to the test on some firewood that turned out to be quite hard. I'm not sure what kind of wood it was, but it turned out to be un-splittable. I could not baton through it, and I have done my share of battoning. During these batonning attempts, I was very sad to find that the edge of the chopper actually rolled in one section that was getting the most use. I am just curious, as an amateur sharpener, should I try to get this edge back myself? or would you suggest sending it back for repair? I have a belt grinder (WorkSharp WSKTS) with different grits available, so I could try using that. I also have a Wicked Edge, but that will not restore a convex edge. If I do it myself, could you provide some insight on what grits to use etc. etc.? Lastly, I realized that whether you hold the logo right-side-up, or upside down, it still reads BanTag!! that was kinda fun to realize Also, this chopper is a little more than 1/4" thick, and it is the sharpest knife I own!! crazy.......and kinda stupid..... I love this monster!!