Swann Morton - Blade Handle Sets

SWAHAN3+10A
by Swann Morton
£6.49

Swann Morton - Handle Sets for No 10A and No 26 Blades

Swann Morton blades and handles are produced with Woodworking, Craft 'Professionals' and enthusiasts in mind.  The No.3 and No.4 handles are available for use marking out (tenons, dovetails and more), cutting veneer and marquetry work.

The handles are supplied with a packet of 5 blades.

Pointed pliers should be used when attaching and removing a blade.

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    E.M.
    Great and simple to use

    Simple and versatile. Sharp straight out the packet and very easy to add a new sharp tip by giving it a quick backing off on an oil stone.

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    Great for marking

    Simple and versatile. Sharp straight out the packet and very easy to add a new sharp tip by giving it a quick backing off on an oil stone.

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    G.R.
    When accuracy is the only way

    A Swann Morton No.3 scalpel, combined with a 10A blade is the best tool for all but the tightest marking needs and its a very reasonable. I use the knife for all my marking out work and veneer cutting/trimming needs. I'll only pick up another knife for slim dovetails and thats a Swann Morton too, this time a No.4 with a 26 blade.

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E
E.M.
Great and simple to use

Simple and versatile. Sharp straight out the packet and very easy to add a new sharp tip by giving it a quick backing off on an oil stone.

E
E.M.
Great for marking

Simple and versatile. Sharp straight out the packet and very easy to add a new sharp tip by giving it a quick backing off on an oil stone.

G
G.R.
When accuracy is the only way

A Swann Morton No.3 scalpel, combined with a 10A blade is the best tool for all but the tightest marking needs and its a very reasonable. I use the knife for all my marking out work and veneer cutting/trimming needs. I'll only pick up another knife for slim dovetails and thats a Swann Morton too, this time a No.4 with a 26 blade.