Sharpening your replica
Time has come to sharpen my Albion finally, after two years, it's not cutting so well any more.

I have only limited experience of sharpening knives, don't know how to put the edge back on.

I thought there would be an article here with a good overview of the best practices for sharpening a good quality replica, but I haven't been able to find anything. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

I used the search function and got this:

I have not read through it, as it's been posted for years, but based on the topic title alone it may be helpful...
I would personally contact Albion directly and inquire what they charge for that service. Why not let them ensure it stays in tip top shape? :)

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