- Jun 16, 2015
That seems kinda cool, Dan!Is a single bevel, sharpened on only one side and came very sharp out of the package
Neat-o! Are those yours Rachel?Nice find!
I wouldn't be in a big hurry to reprofile to a double bevel. Especially if you haven't used a chisel grind before. Give it a try for a while and then decide.
I think it's traditional for budding/grafting/floral knives. Might have something to do with the type of cut that's best for plant stems...
Anyway, here's a set of Antinini Farm Knives. Chisel ground blades and Thrifty!
I like it, José!
Should get the job done, Gary!
A fine user that looks good, Todd!
Had Bucks growing up, and Old Timers, seemed to be most available and carried, at least in SW New Mexico.
I think I picked this one up with a couple of others for ~ $10, a great cary in the pocket watch...pocket... um...yeah!