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thedude50

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611 days ago

I am selling an extra set of Naniwa Chosera stones I need cash tonight in a bad way so I AM GIVING THESE AWAY FOR THE LISTING PRICE included are 3 stones a 400 a 1ooo and a 3000 grit stone these are new in the box stones i was going to keep them but they wear so slow it will be 2 years before i need to even consider i would need these these stones are the finest WHETSTONES MADE BY ANYONE I also have the flattening stone you can have it for free dollars more the first pm asking to buy gets these stones cheep plus each stone comes with its own nigura stone to make a slurry this is the best stands are included no extras to buy if you want this killer deal i must be paid in full tonight on paypal with in one hour of making the deal or i will sell to the second buyer on the list I need the cash for Christmas so my loss is your gain sales are by pm only post here if you want but the first pm gets this killer deal

remember the stones your buying are the upgraded model that come affixed to stands no extra stands to buy

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thedude50

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#1 posted 595 days ago

i cant believe i still have these this is a good price for this set what gives why no buyers

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ima_pseudonym

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#2 posted 594 days ago

Since you asked, for me it was the particular set of stones. Everyone has their own preferred sharpening ritual, but mine wouldn’t have much use for 1000 and 3000 grit stones and nothing higher. They are too close in grit size for me, and 3000 isn’t fine enough for me to finish on. That’s just me of course, I’m sure there are people who could cut circles around me with handtools sharpened only on those stones.

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thedude50

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#3 posted 589 days ago

bump

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b2rtch

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#4 posted 589 days ago

I like my shapton.
why should I buy anything else?

-- Bert

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DKV

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#5 posted 589 days ago

You lost a sale Lance…madts

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thedude50

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#6 posted 589 days ago

the simple truth bert it the Naniwa give you more bang for your buck shaptons came in 3rd when we tested them they are only 1/3 as thick as the naniwa stones and they wear twice as fast they literally dish with each use the Naniwa does not have this problem. also the Naniwa are better price wise

dkv who is madts

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Odie1977

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#7 posted 526 days ago

You still have these stones available?

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Odie1977

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#8 posted 526 days ago

I have been looking for a set of these for a long time but they are pricey. Looks like a great deal. Let me know .

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thedude50

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#9 posted 522 days ago

I do have these and can sell them to you and order some more for mike he wont mind waiting if you want this set they are yours let me know

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Odie1977

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#10 posted 522 days ago

I will take them? Do you take PayPal?

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