Whatever you do, make sure you ask that they be ground straight. Many
shops will return knives with up to several thousandths of an inch
peaks or valleys, which is very frustrating.
I sharpen my own using my Woodcraft sharpener. Only about $120, pays
for itself after five to eight sharpenings (I'm counting gas of driving
them around). And I can get 'em perfect:
firstname.lastname@example.org woodman wrote:
If you Google it you'll find it happens all over the place.
My brand-new 1M knife stock from Amana is off by several thousandths
over 8", too. But it isn't a problem for me to grind it straight.
B A R R Y wrote:
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