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Frost River Arctic Fox Sharpening Puck

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SKU:
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UPC:
00602
Weight:
0.50 LBS
$20.00
Frost River Arctic Fox Sharpening Puck, top view.

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FEATURES

- Dual Grit: ANSI 240 (grey), ANSI 400 (arctic white).
- Made in USA
- Fits perfectly in our Canvas Belt Pouch or Buckskin Drawstring Pouch

SPECIFICATIONS

- Dimensions: 3" Diameter x 7/8"H
- Weight: 7.8 oz
 

Experienced folks know that a sharp axe is a safe axe, we’ve now got a stone ready to help keep a keen edge on your blade. Made for us by the Baronyx Knife Co. Their "Arctic Fox" Sportsman's Puck has an ANSI 240 grit on the darker, coarse side, 400 grit on the other, arctic white side. The manufacturer recommends a thin film of water be used to keep the pores of the stone clear while sharpening, but you can use it with your honing oil of choice and use a bit of soap to clear out clogs. The coarse side of the stone readily erases scratch marks from a file as well as minor dings in an edge. The “Arctic Fox sapphire ceramic blend” makes up the fine face. The manufacturer states it will “bring the edge to a hazy mirror finish that easily shaves”. We just know it does good service to a blade. The sharpening stones are made in the USA and strike a sweet spot of portability, performance, and value. Here’s a dual-grit puck that’s worth bringing along with your Frost River Wood Craft Axe or whichever axe graces your camp. As with every time you're working with sharp tools, use caution when sharpening a knife, axe or anything with edges. Frost River is not responsible for how amazingly sharp your axe can get with this tool and any accidents resulting therefrom.

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  • 5
    Great puck for the price.

    Posted by Joey on Jun 21st 2019

    Have seen this puck at many places but this was the cheapest. Cuts really fast and is pretty fine, however I still like to strop after I use it. I am quite satisfied with it after dozens and dozens of sharpenings. Don’t get too attached to that nice frost river logo, however, because it won’t last long :) only thing I would really change would be maybe make the fine 100 grit finer (it’s 400 grit which is pretty fine once the stone gets broken in but it would be nice if it were a tiny tiny bit finer) and make the fine thicker in the stone than the coarse. Overall though, super satisfied. I like to keep my axes shaving sharp and this along with a strop lets me really accomplish that. Best price for this quality stone.