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Discontinued stock: SALE!

Discussion in 'Dave Budd' started by Dave Budd, Nov 21, 2013.

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  1. Dave Budd

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    glad you like it :)


    I'll try and get a fuller range of sizes made up at some point
     
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    Is anything still left on here?
     
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    the left handed hooks are still available. As are the chainsaw file knives and most of the twisted kiris :)

    What would you like?
     
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    I've never seen a twisted Kiri,
    Very much like.
    Never used one, any recommendations?
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    Well, it depends on what you want to use the knife for. If it is for serious craft work such as cutting shapes from leather, card or paper, then a straight handle is better since you can hold it like a pencil. These were made as slightly more novelty blades. More suited to odd cutting of things like opening boxes, cutting packaging, sharpening pencils, etc. In which case, pick whichever you like the look of :)
     
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    Oooh, I'm seriously considering getting a spoon hook and the kiridashi is begging me to buy it and mod the handle with paracord round the twizzles! Lemme take stock of my finances and I'll reply if I can manage...seriously drooling though, just think I need an all purpose blade first...but these are so temptinggg!

    Quick question, what's a chainsaw file blade used for? :confused:
     
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    cutting stuff ;)

    its just a novelty desk knife, but very handy for opening parcels and sharpening pencils. Depending on teh shape of it you can also press it into service as a kiri or any other craft knife of that ilk
     
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