What's your recommendation for sharpening blades longer than 9 in.? I'm thinking about the long Bowies and Khukris.
Originally posted by Alberta Ed:
I picked up a bunch of oddly shaped ceramic hones from Lee Valley Tools intended for sharpening wood carving chisels, i.e., small gouges, veiners, etc. Some are cone sharped, others a very fine V angle. Those woould work for CS's peculiar serrations (I am not criticizing, they are said to work very well, although I have no personal experience, preferring non-serrated blades). Do a search for Lee Valley; they have a website, do a lot of mail order and charge in Canadian currency (currently about 65 cents US). What a deal!