Natural sharpening stones.

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Perrari

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Feb 21, 2012
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Eryri (Snowdonia)
www.erknives.com
I have used slate before and it works well for the final polishing of the edge, but I doubt it would be any good it you had a lot of sharpening to do or removing chips from the edge as it is very soft.
 

Dave-the-rave

Settler
Feb 14, 2013
638
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minsk
I have used slate before and it works well for the final polishing of the edge, but I doubt it would be any good it you had a lot of sharpening to do or removing chips from the edge as it is very soft.
Yup that sounds about right for all his stones I think. The prices seem good though compared to say a high grit Japanese waterstone.