Montana Wild – Carry A Sharp Knife

Zach Boughton from Montana Wild has faced some challenges keeping his knives sharp. Not having a successful sharpening solution, Zack had switched to using replaceable blade knives for most of his work in the field.

Check out how the Ken Onion Edition Knife & Tool Sharpener, and the Guided Field Sharpener, have provided razor sharp results and refreshed the edge on many of Zack’s knives, including the Outlaw knife which he designed with James Behring.

Visit our website to learn more about the Ken Onion Edition Knife & Tool Sharpener and the Guided Field Sharpener

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4 thoughts on “Montana Wild – Carry A Sharp Knife”

  1. really good information. Look forward to using the right tool for the right job!

  2. What’s the difference between this knife sharpener and the pocket knife sharpener made by worksharp? Besides the price of course.

    1. Hi Miguel,

      Zack used both the Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener Ken Onion Edition, and the Guided Field Sharpener. The Guided Field Sharpener looks a lot like the Pocket Knife Sharpener, and they have some feature differences. The Field Sharpener has greater surface area on the diamond abrasives, comes with 320 and 600 grit diamond plates, multi-grit ceramic honing rod, has a leather strop, is slightly larger in size, and a few other added benefits. The Pocket Knife Sharpener is designed to be more light weight and compact with a 320 grit diamond plate, and a fine ceramic honing rod. Al are great options, depending on what your sharpening needs are. Visit our site for a comparison chart of all our knife sharpeners.

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