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Re: Paramilitary 2 Sharpening 1 year 9 months ago #7534

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Sorry to dig up an old thread here but I have the exact same issue sharpening my PM2 and was wondering if:

A. Will the new arm upgrade help this issue? I have one on order. I suspect it won't but thought I would ask.

B. Other than sanding the plastic on the diamond hones or using the Choseras, are there any other options that would work with the diamond/ceramic stone?

BTW, love my WE and with a little experience and patience I can get edges better than I ever have in years of other methods :)
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Re: Paramilitary 2 Sharpening 1 year 9 months ago #7535

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Hey Mark, welcome to the forum!

It's not the exact same knife, but I think if you mount the knife so that the edge is more parallel to the clamp, like I showed a few posts down in this thread...

wickededgeusa.com/index.php?option=com_k...=9&id=7126&Itemid=63

It should also create better clearance in this area.

Let me know if that works or not.
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Re: Paramilitary 2 Sharpening 1 year 9 months ago #7536

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cbwx34 wrote:
Hey Mark, welcome to the forum!

It's not the exact same knife, but I think if you mount the knife so that the edge is more parallel to the clamp, like I showed a few posts down in this thread...

wickededgeusa.com/index.php?option=com_k...=9&id=7126&Itemid=63

It should also create better clearance in this area.

Let me know if that works or not.

Thanks! I'm new to this forum but have been using my WE for a little over a year now. Great resource you have here in the forum!

I tried different mounting positions in combination with both depth locations and no luck. The plastic of the handle hits the pointy bit on the choil by the ricasso as shown in the first photo in this thread, making it not possible to use the stone on that last part of the blade.
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