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Versatile (but tricky to sharpen) – we help you select the best tool for your work.

From the March 2005 issue of Woodworking Magazine, pages 14-15

The Chester Toolworks knife has the largest angle at the tip (75°) while the Hock knife below it has the smallest angle (50°).

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