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  • #54618
    Brewbear
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    Thanks TC, I ordered 8 of them to keep around the house.

    #54619
    MarcH
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    This insane edc more than $20 but I couldn’t resist sharing it:

    https://images.app.goo.gl/pcW64zawpSE96xK56

    If that one is a little unreasonable for your wallet, here’s one that’s a little easier to pull the trigger on:

    Swiss army knife

     

    Marc
    (MarcH's Rack-Its)

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    #54623
    Brewbear
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    Dear God…..with that thing you can field dress a moose, cut up a cow and do brain surgery all at once.

    #54624
    MarcH
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    And open a bottle of wine.

    Marc
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    #54625
    Brewbear
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    And open a bottle of wine.

    Right you are.

    #54629
    airscapes
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    And open a bottle of wine.

    The only really needed tool in the bunch! 🙂

    I think this would fit  for the minimalist in the group!

    BTW, all I did was google cork screw with knife, never laid hands on this..

    https://www.amazon.com/Opinel-1410-Degree10-Corkscrew-Cheese/dp/B001BEL9U4

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    airscapes
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    Sorry, I meant to include a link, but decided to have a brain fart instead. https://www.grizzly.com/products/Bullets-com-Z-Knife/BL11195

    TC, after having these for a while, what angle do you use when sharpening them?

    #54918
    tcmeyer
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    So I never have to look up the specifics for that type knife, I always mount them with the key in the bottom holes and with the handle touching the vise.  I always set the angle at 20 degrees.  In fact, I do that for almost all of the small knives I have, so I never have to look for the “sweet spot.”

    By the way, if you always use an angle cube to set your angle, it doesn’t matter if you use the top or bottom key location.  What’s important is the angle and the position of the blade relative to the vise.

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    #54919
    airscapes
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    Thanks TC, I have to I need to sharpen after using them to replace the caulk around the tub.. grout and ceramic tile wears them out quick but the cut and scrape Silicone really really well.  Now I can just go to it without a lot of time spent on the setup.

    Thanks for the help!

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