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120 Grit Un-mounted Sharpening Stone

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Use our 120 grit silicon carbide water stones for coarse sharpening and removing large amounts of metal quickly. Unmounted 120 grit sharpening stones must be mounted to a "stone blank" (sold separately) to be utilized with the Edge Pro sharpening systems. Customers who go through many coarse sharpening stones can remove their worn out stones from the existing stone blank and mount their un-mounted stones themselves saving 50% off the mounted stone price. We suggest mounting the stones using 3M's Super 77 adhesive spray. Try this coarse knife sharpener stone today.

 

 
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120 Grit Un-mounted Sharpening Stone

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Use our 120 grit silicon carbide water stones for coarse sharpening and removing large amounts of metal quickly. Unmounted 120 grit sharpening stones must be mounted to a "stone blank" (sold separately) to be utilized with the Edge Pro sharpening systems. Customers who go through many coarse sharpening stones can remove their worn out stones from the existing stone blank and mount their un-mounted stones themselves saving 50% off the mounted stone price. We suggest mounting the stones using 3M's Super 77 adhesive spray. Try this coarse knife sharpener stone today.

 

Use our 120 grit silicon carbide water stones for coarse sharpening and removing large amounts of metal quickly. Unmounted 120 grit sharpening stones must be mounted to a "stone blank" (sold separately) to be utilized with the Edge Pro sharpening systems. Customers who go through many coarse sharpening stones can remove their worn out stones from the existing stone blank and mount their un-mounted stones themselves saving 50% off the mounted stone price. We suggest mounting the stones using 3M's Super 77 adhesive spray. Try this coarse knife sharpener stone today.

 

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Ken G
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11/24/2012
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I have easily re-mounted several of the 120 grit stones. I use the 120 grit for lowering the bevel angle by more than a degree or so, or reshaping the edge to remove nicks, low spots, re-create a point, etc.
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