left-hand yogi: Thank you for the very informative video, as always. I appreciate your taking the time to share what you have learned. Peace, -Yogi
BOOSTEDLASER: The arrows are good. So many do this wrong
Michael Blankenship: great video sir
Self Reliance Skills -outdoor-: but ....do you the strop after sharpened on the stone ? sharpen or directly on the skin ?
George Folkner: Thank you .
david vincent: Very helpful revue Thanks for sharing Greetings from France
Jenna Flynn: Very nice video! subscribed! Keep up the good work!
Juan Rios: Cool... Good job
James Jacocks: Virtuovice, I watch your vids just to remind me how much I have to learn. I need some black compound! What do you hunt when deer season is gone? I enjoy your camping vids a lot.
Mark McNeil: Overhead, on the draw, it looks like an "S" draw?
tomhorn1876: Thank you! The part on strop preparation was where I have been having trouble.
Hal Udontneedtoknow: Awesome vid, thank you. Have you ever used EZE-LAP diamond sharpeners?
Mr E: I have to agree free hand sharpening is very entertaining.
1AD7um1: nice! thanks for da info!
theelfman: Wako, you have beautiful technique. Mesmerizing watching your vids
Marty M: Tremendous video! Especially the part about scotch brighting and heating the leather.
Dicky Gee: 4 years back in time and still good advice... and entertainment! I mentioned in another post I love your cooking and hunting videos, but originally (I'd forgotten) I found and subscribed to your channel looking for these types of videos on sharpening and stropping. Great videos too! Keep up the great work.