If you can find one of the old Belsaw Do All sharpeners that would work. Or you can do it by hand with a hand held grinder. You can use an adjustable wrench as a swage if need be. The cord wood saw is awesome for small rounds. I use one a 8N its great for tree tops. Not so great for slab wood. I've been thinking about making a sliding table saw for cutting slab wood from the saw mill. A great use for the cord wood saw is cutting sawmill edgings (bundled) into cubes for making charcoal.
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