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Old March 24, 2020, 18:25   #3
meltblown
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Originally Posted by TerryN View Post
I would pick a slow-curing epoxy (24-hour type). Clean all residue off the stone and holder, apply epoxy and clamp the stone in place with a spring loaded clamp. FWIW, replacement parts are easily available on Amazon, among other places.
Copy sir. All the parts are there and perfect condition. I would rather use this one. I'll take your advice and just sand the old stuff off. I'm going to try to learn how to use it. I'm bad about when a knife gets dull getting a new one
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