I'm wanting to pick the brains of many of you fellow sharpening fanatics. I've asked this question before but I'm still looking for answers. What are some of the methods you all use for sharpening many of Spyderco's ultra-unique blade styles?
For instance the C-111 Captain, Plain edged Hawkbillls ( or serrated for that matter), Reverse S blades like the Dodo, Matriarch & Cricket PE or SE. Recurve blades like the Zulu, Adventura and Spyker?
How do you alll sharpen blades with 2 types of edges like the C-46 Lum Tanto? Basically I'm wanting to know what methods you all have found useful and efficient for many of Spyderco's non-conventional blade types/styles and what sharpening tools, stones or strops and types of sharpening abrasives as well.
Spyderco has blessed us with many different, unique and highly useful blades that you don't see other cutlery companies making available; but sharpening many of them are not easy on some of them.
Also which Spyderco sharpening tools or stones do you use to get them sharp?
I'm personally finding about 3 ways to sharpen the C-111 Captain and I'm constantly experimenting with ways to put razor edges on plain edged Hawkbills which I'm finding extremely challenging to really get razor sharp. Please list the model of Spyderco blade, the Spyderco sharpening tool you use and/or possibly other types of sharpening tools you have found to get these highly unusual blades sharp?