Sharpened up the ol poocket knives
Both knives are over ten; the sharpening stones are twenty.
Reminds me how cheap I do them. One knife was found in the woods; the other bought at a big box store cheap. Takes a short time sharpening the knives. I learned how to use inexpensive arkansas stones when I got my first knife. Used them ever since. It's a skill that's paid off solidly. Even down to the turkey carving knife. Nothing like putting on a good edge. Never could stay long. Never made knives expensive.