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How to Use a Sharpening Stone | Knives
 
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Watch more What You Need to Know About Knives videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497077-How-to-Use-a-Sharpening-Stone-Knives Learn how to use a sharpening stone in this Howcast video with expert Dan Delavan. Hi. My name is Dan Delavan. I am the Owner/Operator of Plaza Cutlery in Costa Mesa, CA. We have a great selection. We also have a website; plazacutlery.com. Today we are going to be talking about knives. A sharpening stone is a stone that has got a coarse side and usually a finer side, and that is going to take and re-shape your edge and get it back down thin enough in order to sharpen it. You are basically taking something that is blunt and thinning it back down. You have to remove all of this extra metal and get it back down to where it is thin enough to cut. Very simply, all a knife is is a very thin piece of steel to split whatever you are cutting. If the knife is obviously thicker, it is like trying to cut something with a chisel; it is not going to happen. There are two stones. There is the India and there is the crystolon. Once you feel them, obviously the difference is coarseness. The one thing about the India stone, it is a harder stone and the brown is the finer side, you have to use oil with it. You cannot use it dry, so therefore it is messy. The coarse stone will cut the metal off quicker but it is going to give you a rougher edge but that way the job gets done quicker, without the oil. It is not as messy. This is just a real simple set up. If you do wood work you can make a little wooden box and rout it out. In this particular case it is just a 2x4, stone traced out, finishing nails tapped down so they are deeper than the stone so when you drop the stone in, if you are at a workbench you can C-clamp it down in place or you can hold on to it. So you are going to start at the heel and you are going to time it so that it goes all the way across. You go from one side to the other. You also want to make sure that your stone, I am not going to use as much pressure as I normally would because I cannot mount it on this showcase, you want to alternate from side to side to keep your bevel centered. Some people will take and do three times on one side and then three times on the other, the problem is that your backhand is never as good as your forehand and you end up cheating and you are going to end up with a blade that is offset. That is going to take it and thin down, you are going to get a thin bevel right on the edge. Once you get that V established, you can go from the coarser side to the finer side. It is the same thing; you want to alternate from one side to the other. Just keep working it until it smooths out. Usually it does not take quite as long on this side because you are just smoothing it out. As you go through the finer stones, if you just choose to do that you are just polishing. The other question is angle; how do I know what angle to use? It is a real simple guide. If you can imagine this was a big cube of butter and you know how it goes bad? You are just going to filet the top of it off. Again, there are people that do it other ways that work for them great. This is a tried, true simple way of doing it.
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Knife Review: Zippo Brand Knives
 
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Review on Zippo Brand knives. Very sharp, simple, and collectible. Reasonable pricing, I bought mine for around 10 bucks. Enjoy!
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Defenseandsafety Order #2: Sharp Knives Inside!
 
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Showing the customer his knives before he receives them. Thanks for the business Todd!
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global knife set
 
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Global knife reviews. http://www.chefdepot.com/global.htm Razor sharp Global knives, perfectly balanced functional art, ours are authentic GLOBAL knives, all made in Japan. Global knife sets, Global Sharpeners, Global Knife Cases, cutlery and more on sale now ~ Cutting Boards are here: http://www.chefdepot.com/mapleboard.htm Shop with the Chefs @ Chef Depot .com copyright 2011
Views: 97675 ChefGiovanni
Global Knives  Extremely Sharp Japanese Knives For Precise Chefs
 
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http://globalknife.co/ Global Knives -- Reviews of the Global knife line. Click here to get more information about global knife. http://globalknife.co/global-knife-set-review/
Views: 2589 TheGlobalKnife
Lamson Sharp Knives rough
 
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Robert Welch Signature Knives
 
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Using a combination of cutting-edge technologies the blade is made from robust German stainless steel, and combined with a Japanese-style edge, hand-honed to a perfect 15° angle. It is this fusion of styles that makes the Robert Welch Signature Range so special. Full-tang and fully forged from a single billet of stainless steel, and weighted for perfect balance, the ergonomic DuPont handle is injection-moulded onto the steel in one piece for added durability, and ensures a comfortable hold. The Bread Knife slices through a crusty loaf like butter, hard carrots present no problem, and the super-sharp blades peel soft tomatoes so well that the skin comes off paper thin! There isn't a single aspect of these knives that hasn't been meticulously considered.
Views: 5657 Lakeland
MANLY - Bulgarian custom folding knife for MetalBlade forum- RWL34 steel /sharpening/
 
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New bulgarian brand knives - MANLY - in custom line for bulgarian bladeforum - MetalBlade sharpening with DMT Dia-sharp F/XF 6' and stroping with green compaund; russian diamont compaund 20/14 and DMT 1mc compaund
Views: 7368 Stefan Wolf
Review of "Off-Brand" Knives
 
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I picked these up at a truck stop for a few bucks because I was in need of some cheap knives that I could put through heavy abuse. Now that I've used them for that one thing I no longer need them and just decided to put a review of them on youtube. Thanks for watching. Add, Comment, Subscribe.
How Its Made - Double Edge Razor Blades
 
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How they make safety razor blades.
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UNBELIEVABLE! Shaving With a Spoon! - MURRAY CARTER
 
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Chuck Norris may shave with a chainsaw, or a diamond, but those cut too easily for Murray Carter. No, Murray chooses to challenge himself instead. For the first time ever on film, Murray Carter shaves himself with a spoon! You've seen him shave with an axe, a machete, a sword, a camp knife, and even scissors, but you have never, ever seen anyone shave themselves with a spoon! Be sure to visit us at our website: http://www.cartercutlery.com There you'll be able to find out brand new, limited Japanese straight razors with custom handmade Ironwood handles. There are only 12 of these fantastic pieces of functional art. These have been in the making for a while now, so get your own Murray Carter razor before they're gone! While you're there don't forget to sign up for the best knife maintenance advice around -- Carter Cutlery's Knife Tips. If you have any questions or comments, email us at: [email protected] We look forward to your visit! May God richly bless you and remember... Stay sharp!
Views: 441802 CarterCutlery
Introducing EZ Sharp Tungsten Carbide Knife Sharpener
 
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Try the EZ SHARP Knife Sharpener, widely used in the restaurant trade, now available for sale to home cooks and anyone else who needs to keep their knives sharpened. It's safe, easy to use, and cheap. The EZ SHARP knife sharpener is the tool that is known as the little sharpener that could. It was designed with an eye toward safety and is user friendly. It is designed for anyone that sharpens knives, but is the essential tool for chef survival. Visit www.EZSHARP.com for more info.
Views: 2484 Lee Besing
From Preston Maring's Kitchen: Keeping Your Knives Sharp
 
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Kaiser Permanente Dr. Preston Maring is fond of saying that a sharp knife and a salad spinner can help change one's perspective on cooking more at home. In this video, Dr. Maring demonstrates how he keeps his kitchen knives sharp and ready for use.
An Insight into Zwilling Knives | Williams-Sonoma
 
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Zwilling knives are known for their great precision and exceptional quality. This video throws light on the company and how they produce sharp, quality knives. Kerstin Schutz, Marketing Director of Zwilling J.A. Henckels feels it's important to know the base of their success to continue doing good work even in the future. Dr. Joachim K. Droese from CTO says that a good grip and balance is essential for a knife. To produce a knife, they start by forging. They then undergo heat treatment, where they are hardened, deep cooled to give them a hard and tough structure. From here they go towards the grinding stage where the handles are mounted. When they are ready, they go through a final round of inspection and sharpening process. The stainless steel used in the Zwilling knives is tough and long lasting. For their design, they need someone who had a better understanding of the history of Zwilling knives. The knives from Zwilling are great value for money and easy to hold. Known for exceptional performance, these knives are a great addition in any kitchen! To explore further, visit: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/ Find the wonderful Block Set from Zwilling J.A. Henckels at: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/zwilling-ja-henckels-pro-6-piece-knife-block-set Check out a single bread knife here: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/zwilling-j-a-henckels-pure-bread-knife
Views: 39227 Williams Sonoma
Balisong Collection Update + Balisongs 4 Sale
 
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Balisongs From BladeHQ : http://shrsl.com/17t7j http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=as_li_qf_sp_sr_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=aps&keywords=balisong&linkCode=ur2&tag=cutlerylover-20&linkId=SZJ6HH3EQCBQNXXQ http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001CZBFHE/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=211189&creative=373489&creativeASIN=B001CZBFHE&link_code=as3&tag=cutlerylover-20&linkId=CSN4RSUFN57TUXBR http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DBYBNEE/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00DBYBNEE&linkCode=as2&tag=cutlerylover-20&linkId=GV4ZYFTUIYUARNYP
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Getting a knife Scary Sharp! - MURRAY CARTER
 
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This clip is from our "Advanced Blade Sharpening" DVD, which is a sequel to our "Blade Sharpening Fundamentals." These two DVDs offer a comprehensive guide to sharpening in which Murray Carter, Master Bladesmith and owner of Carter Cutlery, explains what you need to become an expert at sharpening knives... sharp enough so you can shave with even a camping knife! Some of the topics covered in the Advanced DVD are: 6-Step Sharpening Procedure Kata-Ha Sushi Knife Sharpening Tanto Blade Re-grinding Achieving Defined Points Using Stones So They Wear Evenly Shortcomings Of Guides & Jigs Function Of Polishing Sludge What To Do With Serrations Effect Of Angled Micro-Serrations On Slice Pitting On Carbon Steeled Blades To order these DVDs, visit the Knife Sharpening page at our website: http://www.cartercutlery.com/blade-sharpening-dvds/ For those really serious about getting to work quickly and correctly, check out our Japanese Water Stones: http://www.cartercutlery.com/knife-sharpening/ Be sure also to visit our main website here for a real treat to discover the worth and beauty of hand-forged Japanese knives: http://www.cartercutlery.com/ Drop by for a visit! Hope to see you soon. And remember... Stay sharp!
Views: 700920 CarterCutlery
Murray Carter Gyuto
 
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Before and after stropping
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How to Change the Blades on a Hand-Held Planer
 
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Mark guides you through the steps needed to replace your hand-held planer blades in this video. Changing the blades is an easy process, and in some cases only requires you to flip the blades around to the second side. Get a replacement blade for you handheld planer here: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/planer-parts-c-18715_18769.html For other Makita planer parts, visit: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/makita-planer-parts-c-97_156.html SUBSCRIBE AND NEVER MISS ANOTHER VIDEO! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ereplacementparts CONNECT WITH US! Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/111992010488641250654/posts Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/replacementparts Twitter ► https://twitter.com/toolparts Linkedin ► http://us.linkedin.com/company/ereplacementparts.com eReplacementParts ► http://www.ereplacementparts.com/ THANKS FOR WATCHING! Don't forget to LIKE and SHARE this video to help pass along helpful information to your friends! Your feedback and inquiries are also welcome so let us hear what you have to say with a comment below.
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swissbianco m - sharp (knife & tool sharpener
 
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in this video i show my swissbianco m - sharp, a easy to carry on molle gear pocket knife and tool resharpener.
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Mtech knives - garbage or gold?
 
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MTech knives at Amazon http://amzn.to/2mVzRlT I've always avoided Mtech knives like the plague. For that matter I've always avoided any 440 stainless knife. I got sucked into the fanboy craze and bashed these knives like everyone else. Then... I started researching knife steels for some of my videos. The more I learned about 440, the more I started to consider other knives. So as an experiment I bought 3 M-tech blades to test out. I found 2/3 of these knives to be an absolute bargain and massively underestimated. Some of the Mtech fixed blade designs are very nice blades. So in this video I discuss these 3 knives and why I think they are absolute value leaders in the $10-15 range. I think these knives are amazing for light use or as backup knives. Although they may not take the abuse better crafted knives, I think these guys can handle anything a normal user can though at them. I really think your average user can happily use m-tech knives rather then spending hundreds on dollars on the newest cool tactical and survival knives. These are great budget knives. I would definitely purchase more of the Bowie and dagger designs.
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Manly - bulgarian custom knife company - sharpening and polishing
 
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http://manly-bg.com/za-nas/index.htm https://www.brisa.fi/portal/index.php?option=com_oscommerce&osMod=index&cPath=92_317
Views: 10700 Stefan Wolf
Knives from Big 5
 
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Taylor Brands LLC (Army 10); KA-BAR (Tactical LTD ED XX and XXI); Wenger of Switzerland (Officer (?) Das Echte Schweizer Offiziers-Messer)
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Lamson Sharp Knives Rough
 
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Meals-in-a-Minute Lamson Sharp Knives Rough
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Which Balisong Should You Buy?
 
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PLEASE READ! This is a Video that will hopefully end all the messages regarding the balisong you should buy. I get a message every day asking me these questions so if you are watching this video now, Hopefully this will answer those questions and if not then pm me but make sure that your question is not answered in this video before you pm me. Let me know if you have any further questions below, I will respond as best as I can to those. Thanks! Cal
Views: 376455 CalviNNation
How to Choose the Right Putty Knife or Scraper
 
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http://hydetools.com/ How do you decide which putty knife or paint scraper is the best for your job? This video explains how to choose the tool that will do the best job on your work or home project, and the difference between carbon and stainless blades.
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How Sharp Does A Knife Have To Be For Outdoor Use?
 
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Verdict: If you want to cut cardboard, clothing & paper easily go for a razor edge. If you want to do outdoor woodwork a completely damaged edge can still do it. So the question you have to ask yourself is where in between you want for which knife? R you going to carry only one knife or more & have each with a different purpose in mind? Point is is it worth it spending all your time sharpening & maintaining to keep a razor edge? In the end I think a person should look at what STEEL the knife is because a soft steel outdoors won't keep a razor edge well. second they should consider the knife's design & blade shape's purpose cause if the knife is meant for light EDC then a sharp edge is better suited. Lastly what role are you giving your knife. For me personally my outdoor knives have high angles on the cutting edges & I don't try to remove chips because I want to minimize the damage if the knife falls & also I don't want to keep grinding out the chips just to have a perfect edge because I want to use the steel not sharpen a lot away just to remove a chip.
Views: 1650 NeptuneKnives
EZsharpener Knife Sharpening System
 
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Try the EZsharpener Knife Sharpening System for Knives that are as sharp or sharper than brand new!
Views: 1620 David Lunnie
knife : Traditional Japanese kitchen Cutlery-Sushi knife, Sashimi knife-extrememly sharp
 
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If you want to join at http://kitchenknives.kitchenaidkitchen.com/ Would you like a knife to do this or not? Would you like a knife to do this or not. If you want to. Join at http://kitchenknives.kitchenaidkitchen.com/
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Kershaw Knives Warranty
 
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Fun Knife Reviews Presents: Kershaw knives warranty service. Kershaw has a lifetime warranty on the fine quality knives and here's the process for taking care of any claim. Kershaw Warranty Dept. http://www.kershawknives.com/warranty.php?brand=kershaw Thanks for watching!
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Gerber knives
 
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Good brand of sharp knives! For cheap.
Extremely-Sharp Shurikens and Throwing Stars!
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/knowledgeofliving Buy these and view more!: http://q.gs/6995604/throwing-weapons Subscribe for weekly videos! :) http://bit.ly/1sjPdf2 Check out my website full of other great stuff!: http://www.knowledgeofliving.com/ I'm also on FB and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/KnowledgeOfLiving https://twitter.com/KnowledgeLiving Extremely-Sharp is the world leader in edged weaponry, self defense supplies and martial arts equipment. With tens of thousands of satisfied customers, you will find references to ES all over the internet and in many print publications. Our mission is to provide the highest quality affordable tools and weapons for training, recreation, skilled use and everyday work activities. Extremely-Sharp Swords & Knives is a division of Better Living Products and was founded in 1997 by brothers Don and Kurt Uhlir. We are a family owned, friend operated business with locations (fulfillment, sales, operations, etc.) around the United States. Super thanks to Extremely-Sharp for sending these two awesome throwing weapons to me for review! Written Review: They LOOK good and they hold up in the throwing competition, they stick into and surface softer than concrete. Surprisingly, the larger one sticks better and is more accurate. The 6-point is very fun to throw (underhanded) These both deserve the 8 out of 10 I give them!
Views: 211146 Knowledge of Living
Knife Skills - How to Sharpen a Knife With an Electric Sharpener
 
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Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this Mahalo video, Chef Eric Crowley, owner of the Culinary Classroom in Los Angeles, ‪shows us how to sharpen a knife with an electric sharpener. Steps to Electric Sharpening --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Choose a good electric sharpener. The one that Chef Crowley uses in this video is a ChefsChoice EdgeSelect 120.2. Simply run your knife through the three different slots. 3. If your knife is really dull, you may want to run it through three or four times on each side.Note: A serrated edge knife will not work in this kind of sharpener and does not need sharpening. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/knife-skills-how-to-sharpen-a-knife-with-an-electric-sharpener/
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Sharpening with Razor Sharp Edgemaking System
 
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Walter sharpens a 7" Old Hickery butcher's knife with the Razor Sharp Edgemaking Sytem
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Shun Knife Overview
 
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This Shun knife is by far the best that I have ever owned. It is extremely sharp and its ergonomics helps force you to hold the knife properly. Detailed Features Blade core consists of high-carbon VG-10, a Japanese super steel known for its edge retention, allowing the knives to hold their sharp edges for years. Blades boast a 16-degree angle, making these the sharpest knives out of the box. This is sharper than traditional European blades, which are usually sharpened to 20-22 degrees. Clad with 16 layers of SUS410/SUS431 Pattern Damascus stainless steel on each side for strength and flexibility. This metal is corrosion-resistant and easy to maintain. Damascus styling adds to the beauty of the knife while the microscopic air pockets created by the cladding process reduces friction during slicing. D-shaped handle fits in the palm and provides comfort and control, keeping the knife's handle secure in the hand during use. Available standard in D-shaped handle styles or by special order in reverse D-shaped handle styles. Pakkawood handles, made of resin-impregnated hardwood, are NSF Certified for use in commercial kitchens. Produced in Seki City, Japan, the capital of samurai sword manufacturing. Rockwell hardness rating of 60-61 ensures that it takes and holds its incredibly sharp edge longer. Hand wash and dry recommended; limited lifetime warranty. Please Visit me at Visit my website at http://www.bbqsmoker.me Visit my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/GrillingNetwork Follow me on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/bbq4smoke
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Fox Knives, A Favorite Knife Company
 
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Best in 720HD One of my favorite production knife companies, Fox Knives, based in Italy, produces their own knives and also makes knives for companies like Combative Edge, TOPS, and Blade-Tech. Most of their knives use the high quality Austrian steel, N690Co. Knives shown: Combative Edge SR-11, Nighthawk Cobol Titan, TOPS Magnum CQT, Fox Bantay, Profili Folder, Profili Fixed Blade, Blue Twister, Kuku Hanuman Fighting Karambit.
Views: 45511 WeAllJuggleKnives
Kleva Sharp Knife Sharpener
 
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The KLEVA SHARP knife sharpener is safe and convenient. With it's unique suction cap you can attach it to any surface for non-slip use.
Views: 35453 kjatkinson73
Carter Cutlery Japan Tour 2010 - Best Scissors Factory Visit (part 3)
 
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In Part 3 of this Carter Cutlery Japan Tour 2010 series, Murray Carter takes his guests on a fascinating tour of the Shozaburo Scissors Factory in Tokyo, Japan. Shozaburo makes the best Japanese fabric shears and everyday-use scissors that we've found on the market. Be sure to visit us at http://www.cartercutlery.com. While you're there, don't forget to sign up for some of the best knife maintenance advice around -- Carter Cutlery's Knife Tips. If you have any questions or comments, email us at: [email protected] We look forward to your visit! May God richly bless you, and remember... Stay sharp!
Views: 22515 CarterCutlery
Florida Gun Show Best Knife Sharpener to Buy(BLOCK)
 
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Block's knife Sharpener has been family owned for over 3 generations, traveling the country and offering free knife sharpening at gun shows, hunting and trade shows. To prove that it works great, and the Block Sharpener's are the BEST! American made since 1969 We will sharpen any knife back to it's original cutting edge. Fast and easy. It realigns your knife blades, taking off very little to no steel off your knives, yet giving your knife a razor sharp edge.especially on your better brand pocket knives. like Case xx ,Buck, Kershaw, Cold steel. same with kitchen knives, like cut- co ,Hank- co. Wal-mart stain-less knives just to name a few. makes great Christmas gift. visit us at website for more knife sharpening video's. Or to order Your Block knife sharpener vist (theblocksharpener.com.) Free shipping anywhere in the world.Money backed Guarintee.
Views: 620 Paul Block
Knife Skills - Different Types of Knives
 
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SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale Mahalo expert chef Eric Crowley explains the differences in a variety of knives. Chef's Knife --------------------------------------------------------------------- Also called an all-purpose knife, the chef's knife is usually 8 inches in length but can range from 6-10 inches. The Japanese global knife is another form. Santoku knives have taller blades and dimples along the sides to help release surface tension and friction.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w9_yq5sf14  Paring Knife --------------------------------------------------------------------- Paring knives are usually small in size with a blade around 4 inches in length. A tourne knife is a curved paring knife also called a bird's beak knife; it is used for making an eccentric cut called a tourne. The tourne blade is slightly smaller than that of a traditional paring knife at between 2-3 inches long.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w9_yq5sf14  Boning Knife --------------------------------------------------------------------- Also called a filet knife, this is used for butchering chicken, taking the skin off fish or fileting fish off the bone. This is a less commonly used knife.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w9_yq5sf14  Serrated Knife --------------------------------------------------------------------- Also known as a bread knife, serrated knives are mostly used to slice bread.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w9_yq5sf14  Flexible Slicing Knife --------------------------------------------------------------------- Flexible slicing knives have bendable blades ideal for cutting warm roast beef or smoked salmon.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w9_yq5sf14  Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/knife-skills-different-types-of-knives/
Views: 18619 mahalodotcom
Furi Ozitech Knife Sharpener Review
 
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As Seen on TV Furi Ozitech Knife Sharpener Review. Company claims product will sharper blade better than steel sharper at a 20 degree angle every time. I put these claims to the best in my review. Watch to see how the Furi Ozitech performs. Find As Seen On TV Products & Gadgets at the 9malls Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/9malls Please support us on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/9malls
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Currahee plain 2
 
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Currahee plain China Edition Currahee is a Cherokee Indian word, probably meaning that stands alone ---- a hero, brave. In 1942, a group of young men gathered in Toccoa, Georgia to form a new paratrooper training camp, and then every day in the mountains near the train called Currahee. The team, which later became the 101st Airborne Division's 506th, which was later made into a E with "Band of Brothers" in the company. The 506 Group's training mission is: Currahee. As paratroopers, once the parachute, there will be no support, they are helpless group of fighters. They need to hold together, to fight alone. This is the Cherokee Currahee means: "no one to help, it yourself", "we stand alone togerther". Therefore, Currahee is an Indian word, a mountain, also on a spiritual one. This knife is MICROTECH boat for the U.S. Special Forces team of 20 design. This is the knife, compact, sharp, strong. Grinding and other details and perfect, comfortable grip. Short tactics straight knife called top products. Type: Medium Straight Knife Brand: Micro Technology Length: 25cm Blade length: 11.2cm Blade width: 3.8cm Blade thickness: 6cm Blade Material: 440 grade stainless steel Hardness: 57HRC Surface: Titanium Handle material: carbon fiber + linen imports Handle length: 13.8 cm Sheath material: strong dragon nylon tactical sheath Knife weight: 380 grams Total weight: 700 grams (together with the original paper) Quality: High quality, very sharp edge
Knife Skills - Knife Safety
 
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Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Chef Eric Crowley, owner of the Culinary Classroom in Los Angeles, ‪teaches us all about knife safety. Knife Safety Tips --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Keep your knives sharp. The main reason people wind up cutting themselves, either at home or professionally, is because of a dull knife. 2. Carry your knife at your side. As long as you carry your knife at your side, your arm will act as a buffer in case you bump into anything. 3. Do NOT attempt to catch a falling knife. If your knife gets knocked over the edge of a counter or table, just let it fall on the floor. If you attempt to catch it, you're just increasing your chances of getting seriously injured. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/knife-skills-knife-safety/
Views: 3105 mahalodotcom
How to Buy a Switchblade | Knives
 
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Watch more What You Need to Know About Knives videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497079-How-to-Buy-a-Switchblade-Knives Hi, my name is Dan Delavan, I am the owner/operator of Plaza Cutlery in Costa Mesa, California. We have a great selection. We also have a website plazacutlery.com. And today, we are going to be talking about knives. The main brands in the better quality switch blades are Benchmade, Spyderco, Pro-Tech. There are other companies that make them too. But these companies pretty much specialize in them and they do a lot of military contracts and law enforcement contracts. This is Benchmade, these three right here, and this is Pro-Tech. All of them are American made also, except for Spyderco. But I believe that all of their switchblades are made here in the United States. You do not want to buy a foreign made one. There are a lot of restrictions on bringing them into the United States. So you just want to look at the quality. There's no hang ups. Some of them the locks can stick and get in the way. You want it very smooth and the blade good and firm, you do not want a bunch of play. Make sure the lock does not hang at all when you open and close it. And then it should have a safety. Some companies do not, like for example Pro-Tech, they have a very deep release on theirs. Again if you are going to carry it, you want to make sure you have nothing else in your pocket, you could accidentally depress that button and pop it out. Most of your better quality switchblades are going to be made of 1504cm S30V, which is now being changed to S35V, and some of the different tool skills. So as long as you go with the major company you will not have a problem. They can range from around 150 up. With the internet there are all different prices out there. But Pro-Tech, with there small California automatics, because that is primarily all that we carry from them, they start at around 140 or so, 135, and go on up. From there, you get into some of the more fancy ones and the Damascus, you know, 500 or so. You can get into some of your custom and hand-made ones, up into a few thousand dollars.
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Special Ops Bayonet Knife M9 SW3B from Smith and Wesson
 
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http://www.youtube.com/user/wcopeland38 I give a review of a Smith and Wesson SW3B Special Ops M9 Bayonet. It attaches to several weapons including a Mossberg 590 Shotgun. Very sharp and well built knife. Good scabbard with several extras. About 70.00
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Wustholf ikon sharp test
 
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Crazy sharp
Views: 177 harfarr
Battlefield Bad Company 2 - Knife Fun
 
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A short video of me running around in Bad Company 2 with a sharp knife. Sorry about the bad quality
Views: 224 cuttie1427
How to Care for your Knives, Leather Handles and Sheaths, Equip 2 Endure
 
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Well a friend of mine, Sean Riva, sent me a classic knife that was given to him by his father, this is model that later became know as one of the Blackjack Trail Guides. Sean suggested a "How To" video on knife care, so here we are. Specifically stacked leather handles and leather sheaths. If you take care of these items they will last you your whole life!
Views: 28299 Equip 2 Endure LLC
How to use a Whetstone
 
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A good knife is likely to be the most important tool in your kitchen so it's wise to keep it razor-sharp. One of the best ways to sharpen your knife is to use a whetstone. Watch this video and learn how.
Views: 291676 Yuppiechef
Stark Knives — Lily Feinberg
 
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A 15-second, looping Flash animation I created for an imagined company called Stark Knives.
Views: 383 lilyjfein

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