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Saves The Day When A Line Starts To Go Astray

Comfortable wooden handle and hardened steel cutter give you complete control when you need to straighten out checkering lines which have gone off course. The 60° tool is perfect to accurately lay out the critical, intersecting, master lines. Gives the correct angle and shallow depth of cut so the 2 or 3 edge spacer will precisely fit the groove. The 90° tool works great to sharpen the row as the pattern nears completion, bringing the lines to full depth. A real job saver. To learn more, read Monty Kennedy's Checkering and Carving of Gunstocks and Bob Sconce's fine checkering articles in Gunsmith Kinks®. Each volume provides a wealth of helpful information and beneficial descriptions of the many tasks the Jointer can perform.


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SPECS: Hi-carbon tool steel, 7/8" (22.2mm) cutting area
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