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G_man

Sharpening shop for auger blades

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Does anyone know a machine/sharpening shop in the metro area (preferrably Bloomington area) that will sharpen auger blades and do a good job? Buying new blades isn't that expensive (I think $12.99 or so for 6" Mora hand-auger replacement blades) but it would be nice to just be able to get them sharpened too.

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GMan, There is shop in Hopkins that sharpens all types of blades including auger blades. I had mine done there last year. I think it cost $5.00 a blade.

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G-man, I know Vados has an exchange program. I have done it with my mora and my power lazer and have been very happy. You just take you blades off and take them in and they will give you a freshly sharpened set. I think for yours it will be like six bucks. ><>
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Where in Hopkins is this shop?, or better yet do you have the name or number. I really need to get my blade sharpened, and I'm not exactly the best when it comes to sharpening any kind of a blade at all, you should see all my dull knives.....

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If you call strikemaster ( They deal with mora too ) in Big Lake they have sharpeners there that can be purchased reasonably. They are similar to Lansky Sharpeners for knives .. I can sharpen a knife with my lansky in a couple minutes .. couldnt take much more for auger blades.

These sharpeners wont sharpen lazer blades tho frown.gif

Check a search engine for strikemasters #

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