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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 5:36 pm 
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...a two part cap iron (chip breaker)?

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Besides making the blade heavier, this design allows you to take the blade off and sharpen it with no loss of adjustment.

It's based on the old Record "Stay-set" design.

Clifton uses it quite a bit. They're made in England. I think somewhere near the soggy points factory. ;-)


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OK too easy maybe... but calebmil gets the soggy points tonight!

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What I think I like looking at best is that fancy and pretty cap iron screwdriver.... and here I've been using a sharp chisel (just kidding!)

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Lawrence wrote:
What I think I like looking at best is that fancy and pretty cap iron screwdriver.... and here I've been using a sharp chisel (just kidding!)

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Good isn't it... present from Sue!

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Ralph Laughton wrote:
Lawrence wrote:
What I think I like looking at best is that fancy and pretty cap iron screwdriver.... and here I've been using a sharp chisel (just kidding!)

Lawrence


Good isn't it... present from Sue!

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Where did she get it from Ralph?... I've never seen one before.

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Where did she get it from Ralph?... I've never seen one before.

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Hi Ray it came from Axminster. Look HERE

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