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Looky here wat I found

Post by jeffro » Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:00 pm

Image Just found this in Uvalde. Probably nothing new to you boys but this little gem has it all, 2 diamond stones,4 ceramic rods and a leather strop. Diamond stone fans or stainless steel fans this is the stuff for you. Amazing how well it works. About $25. It's a Work Sharp product.

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Re: Looky here wat I found

Post by Pointman » Fri Dec 25, 2015 9:00 am

Looks pretty idiot proof to me. You should do alright. :D

What store was it where you found it? This id-jut may want to snag one too.

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Post by jeffro » Fri Dec 25, 2015 10:58 am

I found them at the Oasis Trading Post in Uvalde but you could probably find them at Cabelas or BassPro.
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Post by Pointman » Wed Dec 30, 2015 6:10 pm

I'll take a gander at both and see what I come up with. Speaking of gander....my daughter-in-law surprised me with a $50.00 gift card for Gander Mountain so I'll check there first.

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Re: Looky here wat I found

Post by James_C_R » Thu May 12, 2016 4:54 pm

They can also be found or ordered on Matco tool trucks. Check Matco's web site for your local Matco tool retailer, or just ask for him or her at any automotive shop in your area.

I have two of these. One stays in my tool box here at work while the other is a permanent resident in my kit. Super handy and fairly easy to use for edge work. For back bevels, you'll probably need to rely on a different tool until you feel confident enough not to rely on guides.

Good find.


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