The Lansky can be "improved" but it certainly has its quirks. I only use it to set the bevel then use strops to keep the edge. If damage does occur then back to the Lansky or Whet Stones if I feel they would be "easier".
Cedric admits he is not a good sharpener but still publishes data. That's just wrong.
Quote from: Dean51 on February 18, 2019, 02:41:45 PMCedric admits he is not a good sharpener but still publishes data. That's just wrong.By all means, explain the logic of that statement to me.....
Pete is now referring to his testing as bro-science.Steve gives his answer at the start of every video.I'm surprised at all the nit-picks and the preference of no data and ignorance over admittedly less than perfect data......I've learned so much watching these videos I can only be thankful.
I do have a question tho, is there anyone doing actual testing using methods that would be considered proper?
I appreciate the work done by all testers. I sure am not going to do it so glad someone is. Information gathered by any of these testers and I'll lump in reviewers are all fine. I'll have to check out the other guy as I do like to hear a variety of thoughts on any topic.