Eugene C: Oh god. Just turned it into a sashimi knife.
Jennifer Heredia: Wow! This is truly an amazing job you have done! Very, very well done, sir. Thank you for making this video and letting us learn from your expertise. Domo Arigato.
Detman101: That is the most beautiful edge on a knife that I have ever seen. I must invest in some professional water stones and strops!
Jason Baker: Very informational, thank you. You sharpen so well, I do think it is an art to sharpening and I am good at it but you have mastered it! Will try to follow your instruction.
Strive-2-Survive: put some tender and char cloth in the tin with your ferro rod Wako. then you will have a complete fire kit...
Chad Collier: Man do i love your videos!
paulie 4x: Hi Doc, don't pay any attention to the rude Ding Dong ' s posting, you can see they are nothing but Potlickers, anyhow I always appriciate what you have to say, and I do like the tip how you took off that sharp swedge Thanx, I almost got the Essee 6 or a Top's similar knife, but to be honest with you, even though both Essee and Top's do a super great job on Tempering their knives, but I went with Swamp Rat instead I got the Rodent 6 but I had the top gaurd taken off and now it look's like a beefy Ratmandu the steel is SR101 which is a 52100 Ballbearing Steel but Tempered by Busse Technology, great stuff Doc, I also had Swamp Rat thin down the Rodent 6, it's becoming my favorite 6"+ blade lenght knife I have and I have a few knives in that size, I also got the Rodent 4 a smaller blade 4 3/4" I had it thin down and because all my Swamp Rat's have choil's I can choke up on the knife and to me it's like two knife sizes in one, again great video, and I apologize for those Potlickers with their rude comments. Your OK Doc.
Max Savino: ooooooh so you get your fully convex edge by using the coarse black compound? Not by rolling your wrist on the stone? I noticed your coarse stone is very hollow, I thought you leave it that way so it will convex your edge, but I noticed on the other stones you sharpen a normal v. So your convex edges are made with the black bark river compound?
ecleveland1: I enjoyed your video instruction on sharpening with a wet stone.
martin27: awesome... i want ² do that ²
superbarnie: What knife is the brown handle one at 1:50 ?