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How To Sharpen A Bushcraft Knife – Bushcraft Skills ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://woodlandstv.co.uk How To Sharpen A Survival knife - bushcraft skills. In the fifth episode of the series Justin Sterry is with us again to demonstrate his survival skills, this time with knifes. He takes us through the different stages of sharpening a knife pointing out all the dangers whilst doing it to make sure he doesn't get hurt.

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Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 2 March, 2009

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19 comments so far

Offshore Drifter
March 30, 2010

nah, waste of time, I just get the local gypsy who fixes umbrellas to sharpen all my knifes

November 13, 2010

Good vid, very informative, shame about the medieval intro music.

October 25, 2011

Your expert knowledge is moot … NOBODY carries large stones, into the field.

I just have one of those "tri-hone" oil-stones, at home – I am lusting for real Japanese wet-stones and a quality stroping strap, etc., but I do not know of anyone who could justify lugging all that weight, out into the bush.
I am currently carrying three different "credit-card" sized diamond flats and a pocket rod, for field work & may upgrafe to a D4 (4") diamond/ceramic combo bar.
… Your system weighs ?

March 23, 2012

those stones arent flat so they wont properly work or even not work
cheapest way for me is wet+fry sandpaper

March 24, 2012

Great video! I would love to see a video on how to make one of those polypore strips. Great piece of kit!

March 24, 2012


March 27, 2012

Oh my god, there's a ninja walkin' around in the background! Get it!

May 22, 2012

If you some day go to Japan and find yourself there in a survival situation. hahaha

November 9, 2012

mora knife ?

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