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OUR BIGGEST KIZER SALE EVER - 150 ITEMS MARKED DOWN! Details

Hall Sharpening Stones 30326 Soft/Dunston Black Arkansas 8" Vulcan Stone in Wooden Box

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Part #: HS30326 | Hall Sharpening Stones
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Description
HS30326: 8" Vulcan Stone in Wooden Box
Hall Sharpening Stones
 
The Halls Vulcan Stone is comprised of alternating slabs of Soft and Dunston Black Arkansas stones which allows you to hone and polish the knife edge at the same time. This novel idea is an efficient and effective way to get a quality edge in no time. The 8" stone is 0.75" thick x 3" wide and come in a custom wooden box for storage with a non-slip Silicone base to keep them from moving during use. The Vulcan Stone is perfect for exotic layered steel blades like Damascus.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Hall Sharpening Stones 30326 Soft/Dunston Black Arkansas 8" Vulcan Stone in Wooden Box4.000 (1 review)
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Hall Sharpening Stones 30326 Soft/Dunston Black Arkansas 8" Vulcan Stone in Wooden Box
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Apr 20, 2017
Pros: Durability, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Takes some breaking in
It comes in a nice box with a silicone pad around the base of the stone, which is a nice touch. The black arkansas sections are not super high quality, but are far less porous than the soft sections. This stone is fairly coarsely lapped, but it is flat, so I almost recommend only lapping one side finer for wear in.The black takes a nice glaze with sufficient use and the soft sections cut decently fast enough. Be sure to draw your blades across, otherwise you will get a mixture of finishes. Not a bad stone, overall. Just a bit quirky

 

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