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pfeil Swiss made Abegglen Detail Knife, Small

Item #05B51
$49.99
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5.0

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Product Information:

From the makers of pfeil “Swiss made” Tools. These unique detail knives are a resurrection of a lost or little known antique carving tool. These knives (which are named after a Swiss proper name) feature dual convex and concave edges that converge to point. The 4” shaft and smaller comfortable handle means you’ll be able to reach into hard to reach areas. After a few minutes use, the Abegglen will become your favorite detail tool. Like all Swiss made tools, these follow pfeil’s legendary quality formula of the highest grade, hardened steel, polished and ground to a razor sharp edge. Approximate blade width is 3/8” for the small, ½” medium, ¾” large. Overall length is approximately 7-1/2”. Natural oil finished octagonal Acacia handle.


  • Swiss made
  • Square tang octagonal hardwood handle
  • Approximate blade width is 3/8” for the small, ½” medium, ¾” large.
  • Alloy chrome-vanadium steel blade
  • Hand-sharpened
  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

     
     

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    5.0

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    5.0

    I Love This Tool

    By  White Eagle Studios

    from Chelan, WA

    About Me Professional

    Pros

    • Multi-use

    Cons

    • Could be a dangerous tool

    Best Uses

    • Two handed use
    • Versatility

    Comments about pfeil Swiss made Abegglen Detail Knife, Small :

    I love this tool. It has a myriad of uses. But, it is a two handed tool and should be used on a project held in a vice or other holder. It could be dangerous if used with one hand. Because of its double edge and shape, caution should be used. I own all three sizes. I love them all but really, only the smallest size should be referred to as a "detail" knife.

    • Primary Use:
    • Business
     
    5.0

    Another Solid Tool

    By  Karl

    from Pensacola, Florida

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Strong
    • Works Effectively

    Cons

    • Can't think of any

    Best Uses

    • Great for Detailing
    • Small Projects

    Comments about pfeil Swiss made Abegglen Detail Knife, Small :

    I use this tool for fine detail carving in tight places. While it is rather a challenge to strop, its manuverability in tight places is superb.

    • Primary Use:
    • Personal

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