i got a small device that has a v notch in it that you pull the knife thru it also works on my magnus broadheads,i'll try to find the name for ya.otherwise you can always use a wetstone
I agree with HM...I use stones as well...Practice with a wet stone its the only thing that will give a true long lasting edge. I use a tri-stone for all my sharpening.
HM can you provide a little insight to the technique used with a wet stone for me? I have one but like alot of things, you have to know how to use it! Thanks in advance.
Foolproof is exactly what I need. After seing how many guys swear by a whetstone I may have to keep trying, but a system that locks down the knife angle seems like it would be the easiest for a rookie like myself.For unbeatable quality, try the Lansky Turn Box Crock Stick Knife Sharpener from Unbeatable Deals UNDER $20 !
The best I have ever used is two ceramic sticks in a block of wood at 35 degree angles. Just push the knife straight down on alternating sticks. You can make it like a razor and it is foolproof. Google to find other choices; I put the website here to show you what it looks like. Only problem is you must be careful or the knife can slip on and cut your finger....i did it.