pfeil Swiss made - Brienz Collection Full Size Carving Tool Set, 25 piece
pfeil Swiss made Brienz Collection, 25 piece Set includes: #1 Straight Chisel 16mm, #1 Skew Cut Chisel 16mm, #2 Gouge 20mm, #3 Gouge 3mm, #3 Gouge 12mm, #3 Gouge 25mm, #5 Gouge 35mm, #7 Gouge 20mm,...
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- Electronically hardened alloy chrome-vanadium steel blade
- European hardwood octagonal square tang handle
- 25 piece set
- Swiss made
- Finely ground and polished
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In our previous blog, “What do carver John McClung and Woodcraft have in common? – Part 1“, we featured new walking sticks offered by Woodcraft (Item #153534 at your local store only) and our carver, John McClung of Custom Carved Mantles, who carved two of the wood spirits as a fine example for us.
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Outstanding Carving Tools
Amazingly sharp tools that hold an edge very well. I took these out of the box and started carving up a piece of red oak. After hours of carving they were still slicing the oak like butter making clean crossfiber cuts. They are expensive, but one pays for quality, and these are the best I've ever carved with.