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Round Blade Awl

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Rosewood Handle Awls. Feature brass ferrules and lacquered rosewood handles.The round-blade awl has a 2-1/2" turned steel blade and needle-sharp tip, with an overall length of 5-1/4". Use it to...

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Rosewood Handle Awls. Feature brass ferrules and lacquered rosewood handles.The round-blade awl has a 2-1/2" turned steel blade and needle-sharp tip, with an overall length of 5-1/4". Use it to scratch measuring lines or to punch nail or screw holes in soft woods. Rotate the blade as you push it to bore deep pilot holes.


  • Exceptional quality tools from Crown Hand Tools Ltd, Sheffield, England
  • Use to mark out dovetails, etc.
  • Mark, drill, and screw holes
  • Rosewood Handle Awls feature brass ferrules and lacquered rosewood handles.

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