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Re: Water stone for PM-V11
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david weaver
All of the above work. The king 1200 might be a little slow, but the 8k should be fine if you're microbeveling.

I'd probably first add a bester 1200 (if you don't mind soaking, it is a stone that can't be used without soaking) or a shapton pro 1000 as a first stone, and if that doesn't satisfy, an ezelap 600.

I found it a lot like sharpening hard A2 - the key to keeping things easy is using the grinder more often and doing less work with the stones.

I manage to sharpen it on a washita stone just fine (I don't use it much, but when I do), but it takes a little more work with it.

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