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Sharpening a Kershaw Blur SG2

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by wuluf, Jul 6, 2008.

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  1. wuluf

    wuluf Member

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    Need help from the tinkers, I bought a blur with an SG2 plain edge blade. I'm told that this refers to a "powdered steel" edge that is supposed to hold an edge longer. (yeah, i know, I'll buy anything) My question is: how do i sharpen it? I normally use a Lansky with ceramic rods. Will this in any way hurt the edge?
     
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    Tourist?

    any one? Bueller.....
     
  3. Tom Krein

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    Sharpen it just like you would any other knife steel and you will be okay.

    The Lansky should work just fine.

    Tom
     
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    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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    I am a rank, novice, amateur, beginer, with a lansky, so the only thing I will add is, after your done sharpening, polish the edge with mothers on cardboard. You wont believe the edge.
     
  5. wuluf

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    biker

    what is this mothers of which you speak??
     
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    bikerdoc Moderator Staff Member

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    sorry, mothers is:
    MOTHERS mag and aluminium polish

    available at any auto supply store

    good luck
    Doc
     
  7. wuluf

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    I will get back to you all with results. Thanks for all the info!
     
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