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Buy a #400-500 waterstone for the knife and the axe.
Then skip the straighrazor and buy:
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5k/10k is too much for the axe. The axe edge is gonna be a wider angle and you don't need a very polished edge for that type of tool.
For razors, I set bevels at 1k and go up to 10k on japanese synthetic waterstones. Then I go to natural stones for finishing. But why even shave out there?
5k/10k are probably overkill on survival knives. I can't think of many tasks out there that require a highly polished edge.
I would say forget shaving, you'll look cooler. For the others get a coarser stone than that one.
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