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#1 posted 12-31-2010 02:25 AM

Napaman, don’t think, just do. Seriously, this is one you will not regret! I do like Ron Hock’s sharpening book better, but Lee’s is absolutely fantastic, and is probably a more complete reference. I just liked Hock’s style and section on steel better, but the two books definitely cover the same material. I wrote a little blurb about these books a little bit ago.

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