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#1 posted 07-29-2013 02:15 AM

Sorry but your premise for a flat back as being a reference for choppin and paring is wrong from the start. Fred and lj have it right it all about sharpness and the meeting of two edges. If your back isn’t flat your tool will never be as sharp as it could be. Like Fred said, no argument just fact.


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