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Serrated blades #12311105
06/26/17 02:22 AM
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I run American Angler knives. I can get about a month and half use from them then they go dull. Does anyone know if you can sharpen these and if so who can?

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Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12311129
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i wonder if you could run a chainsaw file across the serrations...

Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12311152
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Look at the Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener. Supposed to sharpen serrated blades. I've used it on serrated blades with some success. The belt is too big to get into the smallest serration but it will sharpen the larger serration on the blade. There's some videos on how to use it. Sharpens regular blades really well.


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Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12311156
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Yep!! Chainsaw file or a Lansky triangle blade will do the trick!! thumb

Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12311473
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Get a Block sharpener. They are cheap and will sharpen serrated blades quick. Just Google "Block Sharpener". You can watch a demo on how easy it is on You Tube. 2cents


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Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12312251
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I run a Rapala lithium and I get about a month out of blades. For $7 I just buy new ones. I sharpened enough knives when I ran the BBQ joint. food


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Re: serrated blades [Re: Pintail711] #12312571
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Originally Posted By: Pintail711
i wonder if you could run a chainsaw file across the serrations...


Yes. This has been discussed on here before. 6 or 8 passes on each serration & it is as good as new.


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Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12312902
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Thanks guys for the input.


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Re: serrated blades [Re: Ken Gaby] #12312991
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Originally Posted By: Ken Gaby
Look at the Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener. Supposed to sharpen serrated blades. I've used it on serrated blades with some success. The belt is too big to get into the smallest serration but it will sharpen the larger serration on the blade. There's some videos on how to use it. Sharpens regular blades really well.


I have that sharpener. It has a guide for serrated blades, but the instructions say to only sharpen the back side, using the guide, not the serrated side. Seems to work on my serrated blades using that method.

And I just have to say, I LOVE the Work Sharp Sharpener.


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Re: serrated blades [Re: red snappa] #12313059
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Originally Posted By: red snappa
Get a Block sharpener. They are cheap and will sharpen serrated blades quick. Just Google "Block Sharpener". You can watch a demo on how easy it is on You Tube. 2cents


+1 on the block sharpener. I use the longer serrated blades and sharpen them after every use.

I have the same blades for about 2 years now. But then again you probably clean a lot more fish than I do..lol!!

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Re: serrated blades [Re: serj5150] #12315033
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Originally Posted By: serj5150
Originally Posted By: red snappa
Get a Block sharpener. They are cheap and will sharpen serrated blades quick. Just Google "Block Sharpener". You can watch a demo on how easy it is on You Tube. 2cents


+1 on the block sharpener. I use the longer serrated blades and sharpen them after every use.

I have the same blades for about 2 years now. But then again you probably clean a lot more fish than I do..lol!!


Im going to try the Block SHARPENER, I had several correspondences with the owner, Paul Block, and he assured me they sharpener will get the blades sharper than new. money back gaurantee, they sell for around 20 bucks, 2 for 30. theres a new style that is a couple dollars more that has slight improvements to the handle grip.


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Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12317306
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Re: serrated blades [Re: Three Nails Guide] #12319989
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After reading about the Block sharper I bought 2 of them. WOW! Sharp knife blades again. Mark if you get one, you'll be glad you did. banana

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