Dog Tag Sharpener

Perfect for throwing in a backpacking kit (or hunting or fishing kit), the miniscule and nearly weightless Redi-Edge Dog Tag P38 from Klawhorn Industries (http://www.klawhorn.com) is a skimmed-down knife sharpener shaped like a military dog tag.

It’s about 2 inches long and has a tether-ready hole if you’re inclined to wear your knife sharpener on your neck like Rambo.

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It costs $16.95.

Looks like you can sharpen arrows with it too for deer hunting (though maybe don’t expect me to shoot one).

In my tests it didn’t give the finest edge possible, and it took a few pulls through to start making progress on a dull blade, but I’m kind of a sucker for any product this small and efficient. It worked fine for what it is. Not as well as the F├╝ritechnics “magic fingers” sharpener, however.

Maybe throw a Redi-Edge in a survival kit, or in the trunk of your car. It’d fit in a tackle box too, though I’ll have to consult a higher authority to see if the Redi-Edge Dog Tag P38 can work a fine enough edge for a fillet knife.

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Posted by kiltedjoe - 08/09/2007 10:32 PM

Hey, guess I’m too much like rambo been wearing mine around my neck for awhile, unfortunately lost it a few days ago, however this thing works great for us manly guys who do alot of work outside, skinnin critters and such, it works great with a ranger knives little bird neck knife. I really do like this and it really is easy to carry. A must for any real gadget freak!

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