NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Work Sharp Original Knife & Tool Sharpener

posted on November 25, 2018

Work Sharp is a leader in bringing portable and effective household sharpening tools to individual consumers—be they outdoorsmen, DIY types or just folks who prefer to maintain their tools rather than simply replace them. To that end, the Ashland, Ore., company offers a selection of hand sharpeners, from the portable Field Sharpener, to motorized units like the subject of this video, the Original Knife & Tool Sharpener. Affordable and easy to use, the Original Knife & Tool Sharpener is capable of handling most household and outdoor sharpening tasks—from kitchen knives to pocket knives, and scissors to lawnmower blades. This week, Lock, Stock & Barrel heads to the shop to bring you the basics with the Work Sharp Original Knife & Tool Sharpener.






















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