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    Hey guys, I just found this website and I was wondering what everyone thought about the stones that are 190x30x approximately 6 mm € 21.00. Any experiences with MST to speak of? How would the size and shape be for finishing honing after a 4k/8k? Anyone know how to buy from them?
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    If Im not mistaken these are the hones that you see on eBay from time to time and because they are in the east they are measured in Cm's...lol

    no experience with them but at the price its worth a try....

    simon

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    PM Tony Miller, he used to sell them, not sure whether he still does. If your German is good enough you can mail Herr Mueller yourself of course. He does answer mails eventually. I do not know how good his English is.
    Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr.

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    because they are in the east they are measured in Cm's...lol
    Dude, here is a `not metric' map. You could point in
    any direction and they're using centimeters.



    - Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by sebell View Post
    Dude, here is a `not metric' map. You could point in
    any direction and they're using centimeters.



    - Scott
    haha, that is pretty funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by p0rk View Post
    Anyone know how to buy from them?
    I beg for the vast knowledge that is SRP to bless me with answers.
    You can purchase those stones from Timber Tools who have a presence in the USA and Canada. Not all the stones are listed on their website, but when I contacted MST they referred me to Timber Tools for further info.

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    Christian

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