Learn how to sharpen your hunting, pocket and even kitchen knives. This is a video on sharpening knives and the tools needed. When it comes to preparing for any type of catastrophic natural disaster a good, sharp hunting knife or two should always be on your list.
Knowing how to sharpen a knife is a something that would be extremely valuable, especially if you happen to find yourself with a dull blade at the absolutely worst possible time. This video tutorial is from Nature Reliance where it was made available for anyone who wants to learn how to sharpen knives.
The presenter goes into great detail to explain how to go about putting the proper edge to any type of blade. It describes all of the necessary tools that are needed and shows all of the steps you will need to follow to get the best results.
Some of the tools used and mentioned are, Smith’s sharpener, Sharpener Stone and a Leather Strop to finish up with.
Benefits of watching the How to Guide: Sharpening Knives
Discover how easy it is to put the correct edge on any type of knife you have on hand.
The video describes all of the materials, supplies and proper tools you will need to have on hand.
The presenter in the video goes into great detail explaining each and every step you will need to take in order to get a really sharp knife.
The video format is the perfect choice when it comes to sharing information about sharpening a blade.
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.
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