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  • bambam55
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    Hey Rebrider the next time you get a deer instead of using the hatchet ,try this .This was passed to me by a friend .When you want to split the tailbone I'm assuming you mean the pelvic bone (the bone that holds the leggs from spreading out) cut the meat down to that bone and cut it away alittle on each side like u were trying to seperate the meat from the bone. Then look closely at the bone there is a small tine of cartilage that sort of zig zags through the bone, push ur knife down through the cartilage in the angles that it zig zags and the pelvis just pops open. Bambam55

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  • tbkbtk123
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    Outstanding information, thank you!

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  • AlphaWolf
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    Explosion yes had a typo and i can not spell sorry!!!

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  • Pioneer
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    Diesel - Big Thanks!

    This article inspired me to go back and use the stones again. I have used my Accusharp for the past 8 years I think it's been. This method works great, but I have been needing some inspiration to relax and get back to enjoying the sounds of the blades sliding across the stone. Such a ridiculous thing, yet so relaxing to hear! I guess everyone has their own favorite sharpening methods they either like or feel comfortable with and after reading this lengthy article, I realized I was neglecting my blades by being too lazy to appreciate them like I used to!

    I also cheated, I had to go down to um, "my basement" and pick out 2 of my sharpening stones from down there because I didn't have any in the house at all. All of my stones were in a few different cache locations because I was so used to the accusharp sharpener that I just figured I'd use it until I couldn't. I bought 6 of these things back when I was introduced to them and now 5 are in the basement where they should have been in the first place.

    The whole article was fantastic! I sure learned a thing or three!
    :D
    Last edited by Pioneer; 11-21-2009, 02:17 AM. Reason: typo

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  • Centurion
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    Great info thanks Diesel

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  • rsanders
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    Originally posted by cbprice797 View Post
    WTF is an INPLOSION proof bulb?? Implosion? Never heard of this
    Neither has Google, I couldn't find anything on it. Google did ask if I meant "Explosion" :confused:

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  • cbprice797
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    WTF is an INPLOSION proof bulb?? Implosion? Never heard of this

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by hubste5 View Post
    Ok, I need a visual... you know, one of those "worth a 1000 word" types! :confused:
    +1............................

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  • hubste5
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    Originally posted by AlphaWolf View Post
    IDK, but it does. I keep one with me all the time, they are fragale so you have to be carful. All my knives are razor shrpe. :)
    It is a sarmick inside that may have something to do with it.
    Ok, I need a visual... you know, one of those "worth a 1000 word" types! :confused:

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  • AlphaWolf
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    IDK, but it does. I keep one with me all the time, they are fragale so you have to be carful. All my knives are razor shrpe. :)
    It is a sarmick inside that may have something to do with it.

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by AlphaWolf View Post
    they may be hard to find but the insides of a inplosin proof light bulb is grate for knife sharpening. 10-15 strokes and ur are done.
    WTF? How's that work?

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  • AlphaWolf
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    they may be hard to find but the insides of a inplosin proof light bulb is grate for knife sharpening. 10-15 strokes and ur are done.

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  • hubste5
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    Thanks for the tips, I am going to try this one, found it bundled with a multi-tool for $12.95, low expectations on the tool, but Iv'e seen good reviews on the sharpner.

    http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/,...lti-Tool-.html

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  • prkchp76
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    thank you diesel very informative enriching full bodied article

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  • TheLastMountainMan
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    Great post. I just use a wet stone and sit in front of TV (when home) or fire (when camping/hunting). Sharp enough to shave with.

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