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The striking knife was a tool frequently found in the tool kits of early woodworkers. Though it’s extremely useful, it is a surprisingly uncommon tool to encounter today.

Discover a nearly extinct tool that can help you work faster and more accurately.

As preposterous as the notion seems, the historical record suggests cabinetmakers working in dim shops with hand tools were able to produce fine furniture with great speed.

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