Posts Tagged ‘knife sharpening’

Hunters: Do You Know How to Keep Your Knife Sharp?

Monday, November 16th, 2009

Coast Skinning KnifeAny hunter knows the importance of proper knife maintenance and care, at least, he should. ”Knife sharpening seems like an easy task, but it is one of the most commonly overlooked aspects of hunting trip preparedness,” opens Coast’s article, Sharpening Hunting Knives, which thoroughly details the steps and methods hunters use for keeping their blades sharp. If you’re a new hunter, or perhaps a seasoned veteran that needs a refresher, this article provides some essential tips and tricks for keeping your knives useful.

As the article’s author points out, “You can own the most expensive, elaborate blade available, but if it is not properly sharpened, it probably won’t work the way you need it to when you need it the most.” And that goes for all your hunting equipment as well. For instance, what good is a weapon without properly loading its ammunition? Or an LED flashlight with dead batteries? Providing proper maintenance for all your hunting gear is as basic a principle as they come.


Do you pamper your knives?

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

You’ve heard of pampering your wife with a day at the spa, but what about pampering your knife with a day at the spa? Just like a good husband knows the importance of wife maintenance, any good hunter, fisherman, or avid adventurer knows the importance of proper knife maintenance. Particularly, if you’re a knife aficionado, caring for your collectible or antique knives is a worthwhile investment.

And that’s why the Ambrosi family, founders and owners of Master Grinding Service, recently developed a new concept for their struggling knife maintenance business: Here, the age-old trade of sharpening knives is turned into a luxury experience in which knives emerge rejuvenated and sharper than ever before.


Hunters: Keep Your Knife Sharp

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

Coast recently published a new article on their web site dealing with hunting knives, specifically, how to sharpen them.  With hunting season just getting underway, the article is extremely timely.