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Stone

A unit of weight equivalent to 14 pounds.
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The best way to sharpen wood chisels (and plane irons and knives as well) doesn't necessarily involve sharpening stones. Even though I own a dozen fancy stones, I don't use them anymore.
/ Mundial's Multi Hone sharpening stone has three sides for three different types of use.
It's also handy to keep a small sharpening stone for occasionally sharpening the blades.
It's also handy to keep a small sharpening stone on your kitchen windowsill for sharpening the blades now and then.
If you can afford a ceramic stone, it's the best type of sharpening stone available as they are used dry instead of wet or with oil.
They had their shears in a leather scabbard that also carried a sharpening stone. Some even had a metal loop on their belt for carrying loppers."
The scythe was heavy and seemed dull even though we used a sharpening stone on it.
On average, I spent an hour sharpening each broadhead-- using a rough file, coarse sharpening stone, fine sharpening stone, and finally a leather strop to remove burrs from the blade edges.
A black leather sheath is provided complete with a pouch containing a small sharpening stone.
Sharpen blades with a sharpening stone. On anvil-type pruners, sharpen only the one blade (keep the sharpened edge perfectly straight).