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Not absolutely razor sharp, but close enough...

 
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Throwin sparks
makin knives
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It will cut!!!!!
 
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It will cut!!!!!


Ha! I was just thinking the same thing thing; love that show.
 
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It will cut!!!!!


Jim, think you can make one of those? Smile

KKINA, nice!!!!!


Regards,

P.
 
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Who polished/honed/sharpened your Katana?


Remember, this is all supposed to be for fun...................
 
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Who polished/honed/sharpened your Katana?

I did. Just a very light touch-up.
 
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Who polished/honed/sharpened your Katana?

I did. Just a very light touch-up.


What stones/ techniques did you use?


Remember, this is all supposed to be for fun...................
 
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Light honing with a steel. No stones, I acually used an AccuSharp. For a $200 sword, it does a fair job. Followed up with 400 paper, then 1500, then the usual talcum powder.
 
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Patrick, at this time I’m not sure my set-up is dialed in for that. Maybe one day ⚔️⚔️⚔️⚔️⚔️⚔️
 
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do you cut tatami with it?? I love mine. thanks again for showing it off in the frist place Smile
 
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do you cut tatami with it?? I love mine. thanks again for showing it off in the frist place Smile

So glad it worked out for you. Well, I guess if I had any extra tatami mats lying around, I would bust out some tameshigiri. Just paper for now. Until the zombies get here.
 
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Very nice!
 
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