Check out this web site.
Order a catalog, (HUGE thing) and check out what's available.
Wait for the little sale flyers where stuff is cheaper.
They are REALLY expensive on most of the stuff, but they print a great catalog.
Drill bit sharpening takes an EDUCATED, STEADY hand or a good drill sharpening guide...
Especially if you want Quad cut or self piloting drills, you will have to buy a guide or sharpening machine.
A specialty stone is required for precision work, but any old fine or extra fine grinding stone will work for sharpening what I call 'Hack' drills.
The ones you use for drilling holes 'about there...' or in wood or something like that.
You won't be able to trust them for say, drilling holes for tapping or pressing in pins, but most people do that stuff just about never....
I have my 'Hack' drills laying out handy, but my precision drills are locked away at all times!!
The last thing I want to see is a new shop kid using a specialty parabolic, left had twist precision sized, extra long reach drill as a punch!! There goes $100 real quick!!
AND IT HAS HAPPENED...
Anybody with kids either is having, or will have the same problem...
If they loose a $2 hack drill, who cares?
Let them loose a $2,000 precision stepped reamer, and see if the deification doesn't hit the rotary wind machine! (sh*t hit the fan!)
"I Have The Body Of A God... Buddha"