American Press Travel News–Feb.26th, Port St Lucie, FL. Bob and Barb “On The Road Again”–New Product of the week: The Ken Onion Edition Knife & Tool Sharpener; a Work Sharp Outdoor Product of distinction. Nothing is more frustrating or dangerous than a dull blade when doing any cutting job. A blade needs to be sharp and cut exactly where the cutting is needed in a precise way. A dull blade does cut, but it may, and often cuts and slips to the hand or the body part of the user. This newly designed product (saw it recently at Bass Pro Shops) has now been in my hands for a week and nothing in the kitchen or sporting equipment room is dull anymore. After the kitchen knives now keenly sharp and ready for any job, my hunting knife, pocket knife,scissors hand ax and even my mower blade is ready to cleanly cut for its intended usages.
A bit about the tool. The unit is sturdy, and features 5-different grits of flexible Abrasive Belts, has a sharpening guide that runs bevels from 15-30-degrees. It sharpens knives and tools and the WSKTS-KO performs as described and recommended. What I was looking for was a tool that creates precise, repeatable bevels on any knife with the adjustable sharpening guide. It had to sharpen to any angle between 15-30-degrees to get the right edge for the job I was trying to do. Just removing the guide and swiveling the cassette head to grind your lawn and outdoor tools is a snap!! I found mine at Bass Pro Shops, but they are available in most sports stores everywhere. Give a call or check them out at: Workshoptools.com 1-800-597-6170
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White River Knife & Tool, Fremont, MI, January 7, 2019–White River Knife and Tool chosen as Field & Stream’s Best of the Best for 2018.
“It is an honor being chosen top knife for Field & Stream’s prestigious Best of the Best for hunting and fishing gear of 2018. Our family of knife makers could not be more pleased.”–John Cammenga, President.
This year White River’s $150 MSRP Small Game knife was chosen. With a choice of Micarta handles, a 2.62 inch blade of razor sharp CPMS35VN steel, overall length of 7.25 inches and at a feathery 2.75 ounces this is one ultra-handy game knife.
White River’s Small Game knife has proven effective for everything from squirrels to elk and fish to fowl. This is the second time in the last four years that White River Knives has won this award.
Field & Stream’s Field Editor and tester David Petzal says –“In the end what you have here is an enlarged scalpel that’s useful all out of proportion to its size.”
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Be sure to watch How It’s Made on the Science Channel this Thursday, January 10th at 10:00 PM EST on how a White River knife is made.
If you are attending the SHOT Show please come by and visit with the Cammenga family of knife makers — booth 1114 (lower level).
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