I needed an axe puck to carry in the woods, and the ones available were either too coarse or too expensive. So, I made my own. 20.00 for a small, high quality 250/1000 grit axe puck AND a 6 inch sharpening stone left over! I'm very happy with the results. I own other King brand sharpening stones and I love them. Once I got some Japanese waterstones, the rest of my large collection of sharpening stones accumulated over decades became obsolete overnight. This stone, like a lot of the King stones, is a bargain just for the stone, let alone a stone and an axe puck. Links below.
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King 250/1000 Grit: http://amzn.to/1OEZ9RC
King 6000 good to compliment 250/1000 to finish tools very sharp. May come glued to a plastic base, read reviews: http://amzn.to/1OyLYfZ
King 1000/6000 Good stone, good value, too bad they don't make a 4000/8000 though: http://amzn.to/23WKgMo