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bob in CT wrote:
Something like this:
I have had it for years and I do not remember where it came from. Perhaps my father's aircraft tool box. High carbon steel, file hard, great for deburring.
That's why they call it a deburring knife. Have one in my tool box at work and use it almost every day. I'm a machinist by trade.
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