Cascade Lead Knife

$13.95 USD
Item# 7372
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Product Features

  • Cuts through lead easily with minimal pressure
  • Stainless steel blade won't rust or corrode and can be sharpened
  • Base of handle can be used to tap nails and stops into place

Product Description

Cut lead came easily with a gentle "rocking" motion, without distorting or crimping the channel. The curved blade allows precise cuts to be made with minimal pressure. Made of stainless steel, you can count on this tool for years to come - it won't rust or corrode. Sharpens easily to maintain a perfect cutting edge. Improve your efficiency with this tool by using the end to tap stop blocks or nails into place as you cut and assemble your lead panel.

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Pros : A must for leaded glass work, however, incredibly horrid on the wrists when having to cut 100's of pieces of leaded came.
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Other Thoughts : I made (4) Mission Style Door panels 12" x 24" and needed lots of 7/8" pieces.
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