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Discussion in 'Scott Solar - Cerakote - Wicked Edge' started by Jeremy Horton, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Jeremy Horton

    Jeremy Horton

    Oct 1, 2007
    Sir. Good to see u here. I may need to get with u on some rifle stuff
     
  2. m. wohlwend

    m. wohlwend Banned BANNED

    Apr 21, 2007
    Welcome!
     
  3. Fletcher Knives

    Fletcher Knives STEEL BREATHING BLADE MAESTRO Moderator

    Aug 30, 2007
    Howzit brother. I'm ready for a bunch of pictures.
     
  4. Mr. Night

    Mr. Night

    Mar 17, 2009
    welcome to the forums!
     
  5. Ban

    Ban Moderator Moderator

    Oct 14, 1998
    Welcome! I am looking forward to trying out your service on some of my knives. My Tigress will be the first guinea pig :D:thumbup:
     
  6. C Bryant

    C Bryant Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 12, 2008
    What he said! :)
     
  7. leomitch

    leomitch

    295
    Jul 10, 2010
    I am not certain what this sub-forum is all about, but I own a WEPS and if it has to do with the Wicked Edge Precision Sharpener, I hope to learn from the other forum members.
    I am a collector of knives rather than a user since my physical health at 75 has put the brakes on spending time in the forests as I once could. But I love knives and I am teaching my 8 year old grandson as much about them and bush-craft as I can in my backyard. He now can start a fire with a fire-steel and tinder. He makes his own fuzz-sticks and can baton small wood with his Bark River Gunny. Soon it will be outside for the beginning of the use of a compass...presently he is learning the compass rose by heart.
    My collection will later go to my son who is an avid hunter and woodsman living in British Columbia, where he works in one of Vancouver's better gun and tackle stores. He can make good use of these wonderful blades as befits their excellence.
    Sorry, a wordy introduction. Looking forward to this forum.

    Regards :D
    Leo
     
  8. shotgunner

    shotgunner

    393
    May 19, 2010
    Thanks everybody! Glad to be here. I have been too busy to work on my own forum! Thanks to bladeforums.com for help in getting it up and running.

    My goal is to put some great stickies up about Cerakote, Wicked Edge and some other products I have in the pipeline.
     
  9. leomitch

    leomitch

    295
    Jul 10, 2010
    Hmmm! :eek: I may have wandered into a wrong forum as I am not a knife maker...but I am a knife collector and if you checked the posts you will see I am a big adherent of the Wicked Edge Precision Sharpener, so I will stick around if nobody objects. I look forward to seeing things unfold.

    Best to you Scott :thumbup:
    Leo
     
  10. shotgunner

    shotgunner

    393
    May 19, 2010
    You dont have to be maker to like the Wicked Edge system. If you own one knife and like it to be sharp then you are welcome here!
     
  11. leomitch

    leomitch

    295
    Jul 10, 2010
    I not only like the Wicked Edge but have owned a generation II model for awhile and have put it to good use with my collection which now numbers 15 knives, not to mention sharpening any of the neighbors knives too. I have all the available strops and hones available so far...just waiting to see how the fancy Japanese stones work out on the WEPS. Should be interesting.
    If you're interested, I did a review of the WE over in the Knife Forum and unbeknown to me right in a group of the most avid Edge Pro guys. What ensued was exciting with monitors jumping in and removing posts and them just short of telling me to grow up and get real. They tried to back me down but I soldiered on despite the odds. Eventually Clay jumped in too after I e-mailed him and we managed to turn them around so they stopped snickering at the WEPS and allowed that it might be a good sharpener after all. Makes a good read. Look for it in the Keeping Sharp Forum. The upshot of it all was that they decided to work in harmony with Clay to develop some hones with Chosera and Shapton stones attached for the WEPS. It was invigorating to say the least. We/they all learned a lot. In the end it was a good thing for all.
    All's well that ends well!
    Cheers
    Leo
     

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