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    I use one of these:

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    Came with a Norton water stone, but you can get them for about 7 bucks from Sharpening Supplies.com. Most of my stones are that same 8" x 3" (200 mm x 75 mm) profile so they fit rather nicely. Significantly smaller or odd shaped hones I just have to hold in my palm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshal View Post
    I use one of these:

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    Came with a Norton water stone, but you can get them for about 7 bucks from Sharpening Supplies.com. Most of my stones are that same 8" x 3" (200 mm x 75 mm) profile so they fit rather nicely. Significantly smaller or odd shaped hones I just have to hold in my palm.
    Whooops! Forgot about that one..................
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