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I agree with Ken Schwartz that you would find the Nubatama 150 to be a great addition. I love mine. As for VG10 and other hard stainless steels, I really prefer the entire line of Shapton Glass stones to anything else. I find all of the Shapton glass stones to be aggressive stones and a relief when dealing with hard stainless steels. If you prefer stainless knives, I would seriously consider building a Shapton Glass series of stones, starting with the lower grit stones like the 220 and work your way up.
_________________ WickedSharp Zen in the Art of Knife Sharpening “If one really wants to be master of an art, technical knowledge of it is not enough. One has to transcend technique so that the art becomes an ‘artless art’ growing out of the Unconscious.” Eugen Herrigel
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