The KME Sharpener Convex Guide Rod
Convex sharpening of a blade has shown it holds up very well under shock loads, during cutting of reeds, shrubs and grass, large raw bones, and general bush craft.
It is significantly more effective for deep cutting compared to blades with V-shaped profile, provided that the blade is of a similar thickness. The reason is less 'sticking' to the material. This form is most suitable for military weapons with long blades, large knives, logging axes and bush craft scandi grind knives.
Includes an adjustable stop to prevent the possibility of scratching your blades, and a knurled thumb nut for locking the rod in place in perfect position.