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Japan Woodworker

Socket Awl - Full Size

Item 156739
Model W-N-KUJIRIL

$21.99

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Japan Woodworker® Socket Awls are forged from the best quality tool steel and this mini version can help get the work done!. The tip is ground to a needle point and is suitable for scribing a line or for heavy use as a punch awl. The handle is made from top quality Kashi (Japanese White...

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Japan Woodworker® Socket Awls are forged from the best quality tool steel and this mini version can help get the work done!. The tip is ground to a needle point and is suitable for scribing a line or for heavy use as a punch awl. The handle is made from top quality Kashi (Japanese White Oak), attached to the blade with a socket and tang for a life time of use.

Features:

  • Heavy-duty tip is ground to a needle point suitable for scribing a line
  • Durable tool steel makes possible use as a punch awl
  • Made from quality steel
  • Handle is attached to the blade with a socket and tang for a life time of use

Specifications:

  • Length: 4-3/4"
  • Blade Material: Tool steel
  • Handle Material: Japanese White Oak

What's Included:

  • (1) Japan Woodworker Socket Awl - Full Size - 4-3/4"

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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Shorted my expextations

    The unit is of a very good quality and feels good in hand. The unit is advertised as full size at 5-1/8". However, the actual size is 4-3/4" at best. I'm not sure how it is measured by manufacturing, but the measurement is not correct. This is false advertisement?

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