SKU 50185

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  • Two stage sharpening for all types of straight edge knives
  • Premium abrasives provide a sharp, long-lasting cutting edge
  • Larger slot in handle accommodates scissors and game shears
  • Preset sharpening angles for guaranteed results every time
  • Designed for field or home use
  • Easily attaches to backpack or belt
  • Quick, safe, and easy to use anywhere, anytime
  • Soft grip handle
  • Abrasives: Carbides - Coarse/ Ceramic - Extra-Fine (1,500)

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Price: $9.99

    Description

    Simple and dependable, the JIFFY-Pro Handheld Sharpener is quick, safe, and easy to use in the field, back at camp, or in your home. The knife sharpening slots incorporate crossed carbide blades used to set the edge on your extremely dull or damaged blade and crossed ceramic rods used for honing the final edge to razor sharpness. These fixed abrasive components create a preset sharpening angle that guarantees results every time no matter where you are sharpening your knife. The scissors sharpening slot in the handle of the JIFFY-Pro has been enlarged to accommodate game shears as well. It uses a patented, floating carbide rod that adjusts to fit the precise bevel of the blades and has a soft grip rubber handle for a firm, comfortable grip in all conditions.

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    California’s Proposition 65 Warning:

    This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    Instructions

    Knife Sharpening Instructions

    NOTE: These instructions only apply to straight edge knives with a flat grind on both sides of the blade.

    This sharpener is not intended for use in sharpening serrated edge blades or blades with a flat grind on just one side of the blade.

    NOTE: A reasonably sharp blade may only require light honing in the FINE ceramic slot. The COARSE carbide blades in the head of the sharpener are intended for very dull or damaged edges that require a new sharp edge to be put on the blade or for initial edge setting the first time you sharpen you knife with this sharpener.

    Carbide Blades - COARSE

    1. Place your knife on a flat surface with the cutting edge facing up and allow about 1” of the blade to extend past the edge of the surface. Secure the knife with downward pressure on the handle.

    2. Place the sharpening slot in the head of the sharpener over the cutting edge at an approximate 45 degree angle to the blade near the handle of your knife.

    3. Pull sharpener over cutting edge from heel to tip while applying moderate, downward pressure. Use a smooth, consistent stroke when pulling the sharpener over the cutting edge and continue your outward motion at the end of each stroke to avoid any contact with the blade. If your blade curves out to the tip, be sure to follow the curvature of the blade all the way out to the tip to ensure sharpening of the complete cutting edge.

    4. Repeat a minimum of 5 pulls. After 5 pulls, the sharpener should begin to glide smoothly over the cutting edge. If not, additional pulls are required.

    NOTE: Knives made of extremely hard steel may require additional pulls over the cutting edge when sharpening your knife blade.

    5. Move to the FINE ceramic slot for final edge honing.

    CAUTION: Always keep your fingers inside the hand guard and your thumb securely on the thumb rest indention on the top of the sharpener or possible injury may occur.

    Replaceable Carbide Blades – When the carbide blades in the head of the sharpener stop removing metal from the knife blade, they can be replaced.

    Ceramic Rods - FINE

    1. Place the sharpener on a flat surface and grip the handle for stability. Hold the knife comfortably in your other hand.

    2. Insert knife blade fully into the sharpening slot with cutting edge of the blade resting at the bottom of the V-shaped slot and the knife straight up and down. Tilt the tip of the blade down slightly.

    3. While applying light, downward pressure, pull the knife blade through the sharpening slot from heel to tip. If your blade curves up at the end, be sure to lift the handle of the knife as you approach the curved portion of the blade to sharpen all the way out to the tip of the blade.

    4. Repeat a minimum of 6 - 8 pulls always sharpening from heel to tip (never back and forth). After 6 – 8 pulls, the cutting edge of the knife blade should begin to glide smoothly over the ceramic rods. If not, additional pulls are required.

    NOTE: Knives made of extremely hard steel may require additional pulls through the sharpening slot when sharpening your knife blade.

    5. Check the sharpness of your blade. If additional sharpening is needed, repeat process until sharp.

    Earle

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    • GREAT TOOL
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    Have had my original for well over 20 years, Now time for a new one.

    It did not stand up to my excavator running over it. Darn it. Old faithful is gone forever. (It still works BUT awful hard to hold) lol

    Always In My Truck

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    Love this sharpener. It is always in my truck and I never dress game without a sharp knife. Love all my Smith's products.

    Jiffy Sharpener

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    I have owned this knife sharpener for at least a dozen years or more. This sharpener is awesome and puts an unbelievable edge on my pocket and hunting knifes. It's easy to use and I Iwould highly recommend this to anyone who desires a quality product.

    Best One Yet

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    I have been looking for a good sharpening tool and this is it all my knives, hatchet and machete are scary sharp.