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GATCO M.C.S. Military Carbide Pocket Sharpener - 40006

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Part Number: GA40006
Manufacturer: Gatco Sharpeners
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GA40006: Military Carbide Sharpener (M.C.S.)
GATCO Sharpeners

Sharpening knives with an M.C.S. Carbide Sharpener is as easy as 1-2-3.

Carbide is strong with a hard cutting surface. Its extreme hardness makes it a popular choice in the manufacture of cutting tools, abrasives and knives. Carbide cutting and sharpening tools can be less costly and more heat-resistant alternative to diamond. In the military, carbide is often used in armor-piercing ammunition! GATCO carbide sharpeners are versatile tools for all sizes of plain-edge kitchen, sport and utility cutlery.

Made in China.

  • Rapidly sharpens all tactical knives
  • Lightweight / compact design
  • Durable carbide bits
  • Easy and fast
  1. Lay sharpener on a flat surface with tip of knife facing away. Place cutting edge of knife in carbide "V". Keep cutting edge perpendicular to table at all times.
  2. Draw knife completely through the carbides in one steady motion. Use light pressure.
  3. Check edge - repeat if necessary.

UPC Code: 096196400069

4.625 (8 reviews)
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Hiroshi Neya
Kyoto-Shi, Ukyo-Ku, Other
May 29, 2014
Pros: Ease of Use
Cons: None
Good field sharpner
it's compact, and light weight. and ease to use. good EDC sharpner. coarse, but enough temporary sharp.
5 out of 5
Jessica G.
Asheville, NC
May 30, 2012
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
It was a birthday gift for my husband. He takes it every where with him. He uses it when he is out hunting and fishing.
4 out of 5
Phoenix, AZ
Jul 27, 2010
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Quick field sharpening
Not what you would use to make a blade razor sharp, but definitely convenient and quick to produce a serviceable edge in the field. Think basic utilitarian sharpness versus combat/weapon sharpness.
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