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By Christopher Schwarz
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From the August 2009 issue #177
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Yes, you can mark out your joints with a pocket knife, a craft knife or a sharpened piece of Chevy bumper. But once you’ve tried a well-made marking knife, you’re unlikely to go back to your old ways.

Czeck Edge Hand Tools is one of the newest makers of marking tools in the market, so I purchased two of the company’s knives and a bird cage awl this summer to give them a workout.

All in all, I was impressed. All three tools were finely turned and finished. The steel and brass components were melded seamlessly into the wooden handles. And the steel was very good.

From the August 2009 issue #177
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