B Finnigan Posted January 1, 2008 Share Posted January 1, 2008 (edited) I am working on a dagger that will have a fuller groove and needed a groove cutting tool. So I built one out of 1/2" square mild steel. The bit is 1095 and interchangable. I turned the square bar to 3/8" round and peened a scotch broom wood handle between two steel caps. The guide bar is adjustable from 1/8" out to 1 3/4". It also takes 1/4" and 3/8" lath chisels. Edited February 3, 2008 by B Finnigan Everything I need to know I learned from the people trapped in my basement. I'm out of my mind but feel free to leave a message. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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