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Old 02-28-2004, 08:01 PM
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Default warren cutlery

I had been wanting a carving jack as a traveling tool.
to expensive. bought a set of warren cutlery tools( one handle with six interchangable gouges.$49.95(wood carvers supply)
it just came in the mail today. had to grab a pierce carving i'm working on to test drive it. It's geat except for the V-tool it has a rounded bottom more like a veiner then a v-tool.
It has two spoon gouges (#10,#8) a straight gouge (#10) a skew and a straight chisel, also.
Each gouge has it's own plastic tube for storage.
I think it's going to be great on the road.
Honey, Where are the band-aids, again?
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Old 02-28-2004, 08:32 PM
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I have been using Warren tools for 10 years and am very satisfied. One time I did not like a blade and they sent me a new one. They have great small chisels also, good for roughing out. Big Al
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