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It has occurred to me that many people follow Ray Mears video sharpening instructions for his bushy knives and apply them to the standard cheap bushy knife (Frosts clipper/mora) and that this may not be the best. The bushy is zero ground so you sharpen the primary bevel, the mora is designed to have a small secondary bevel.
One of the most important yet strangely overlooked skills that any outdoorsman should strive to master is the ability to resharpen their tools. There are many different and varying grinds which can be found on knife edges nowadays. In this article we will look at how to sharpen a convex grind. This article was first published by The Bark River Knife Collector’s Association in 2006.