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      Craftsman  3/4 in. Wood Chisel

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      Chisel Type: Woodworking
      Item Weight (lbs.): 0.4

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      The Craftsman 3/4" Wood Chisel Keeps Its Edge

      The 3/4" wood chisel has steel striker caps and a textured ergonomic handle with thumb recess for comfort and control.

      The Craftsman 3/4" wood chisel is forged alloy steel and guaranteed forever. Made in the USA by Craftsman

      • Make sure you have a 3/4" wood chisel in your toolbox, especially if you are a carpenter or a handyman
      • Save hours of time when fixing old doors that need new hardware or that don't fit well and when you're mounting new doors
      • Cut mortises for door hinges when you don't have a router
      • Keep your chisel razor-sharp

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      Added on May 13, 2010

       

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      8 Reviews Write a review
      5 Reviewers (63.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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      Mr-Mac
      Apr 18 , 2011
      Craftsman 3/4 in. Wood Chisel

      I bought this chisel and a quarter inch chisel both for the price of one because someone else bought them, abused them and then returned them (so much for unscrupulous people) and the blades were in really bad shape.

      I got them home and started the process of sharpening and after only a short time I had them shaving the hair off my arm! Immediately after that I started making dovetails.

      I have now been working with these chisels and haven't needed to rework the edges at all despite the amount of work I have completed! Great chisels!

      Criticism3 found this helpful
      Hillbilly-N-Tn
      Apr 20 , 2011
      Great but I found better...

      As anyone that knows me or reads my posts knows, I am an avid Craftsman fan. I purchased this 3/4 " chisel as part of the 5 piece set as I use various chisels in my woodworking shop. With that said, as awesome as the 3/4 " Craftsman Chisel is, for the price I actually like the Stanley chisels better. First let me talk about the steel in the chisel. The steel is hardened steel and holds an edge extremely well. I was able to use three of five chisels straight out of the packaging with only running each across a leather strap and they were ready to go. The other two did require some sharpening on my diamond sharpeners but took an edge quickly. One of these two required a little more work as it had a small knick that would have shown up in any work I attempted to use it on. Overall on the task, a cart with tenons and mortises, each of these chisels did make quick work of the job and I have no complaints in this area. Now for the reason I prefer the Stanley chisel set better them my trusted Craftsman. I realize part of this is just being picky but it is the way I feel about the tool. The Craftsman handles are a molded black plastic. They made some effort at getting them molded to fit a person's hand while they worked but failed miserably. Additionally, the molded plastic has very little if any grip when your hands get sweaty or wet. The Stanley on the other hand also has molded handles but they are made using a hard clear yellow tinted plastic with a non-slip black rubber molded into the design for better performance. This two piece construction feels better in the hand but also is more secure when your hands become wet and slippery. While the design of the grip is similar to that of Craftsman, the Stanley grip just feels much more comfortable and safe. Lastly, the color combination actually makes it more pleasing to the eye as well but that is taking my pickiness to the extreme. :-)

       

      barbs100

      Concord, CA

      Feb 10 , 2014
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      Chisel

      My grandson picked it out and he will use it on his job. He tells me it's of good quality

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Woodchuck2000

      Roselle, IL

      Nov 3 , 2013
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      Well build chisel at a reasonable price

      Very good quality chisel. Made in the USA. Nice balance and a good feel. Cuts wood very well. I have used it twice and both times please with the easy of use and how smooth it cuts the wood. Would be nice if some type of blade protector was provided for times it is not in use....in the mean time, kept the plastic store hanger and use it as the protector.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      sp-train-77

      Rancho Cordova, CA

      Jun 3 , 2011
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      Great edge, good steel

      I really like the Craftsman wood chisels, have been using them for years. The steel is always top quality, takes an edge easily, and resists nicks. I recently had to buy new chisels as my old Craftsman chisels had, somehow, disappeared. The current offerings are every bit as good as my old Craftsman chisels. I think I like the old style straight screwdriver grip better but the current grip works quite nicely. Provides a firm grip for striking the chisel with a hammer. I mainly do simple mortising with my chisels. This 3/4" size worked perfectly for larger cuts.

      "Sacramento" Bruce Conklin


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      Hillbilly-N-Tn

      Gray, TN

      Apr 20 , 2011
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      Great but I found better...

      As anyone that knows me or reads my posts knows, I am an avid Craftsman fan. I purchased this 3/4 " chisel as part of the 5 piece set as I use various chisels in my woodworking shop. With that said, as awesome as the 3/4 " Craftsman Chisel is, for the price I actually like the Stanley chisels better. First let me talk about the steel in the chisel. The steel is hardened steel and holds an edge extremely well. I was able to use three of five chisels straight out of the packaging with only running each across a leather strap and they were ready to go. The other two did require some sharpening on my diamond sharpeners but took an edge quickly. One of these two required a little more work as it had a small knick that would have shown up in any work I attempted to use it on. Overall on the task, a cart with tenons and mortises, each of these chisels did make quick work of the job and I have no complaints in this area. Now for the reason I prefer the Stanley chisel set better them my trusted Craftsman. I realize part of this is just being picky but it is the way I feel about the tool. The Craftsman handles are a molded black plastic. They made some effort at getting them molded to fit a person's hand while they worked but failed miserably. Additionally, the molded plastic has very little if any grip when your hands get sweaty or wet. The Stanley on the other hand also has molded handles but they are made using a hard clear yellow tinted plastic with a non-slip black rubber molded into the design for better performance. This two piece construction feels better in the hand but also is more secure when your hands become wet and slippery. While the design of the grip is similar to that of Craftsman, the Stanley grip just feels much more comfortable and safe. Lastly, the color combination actually makes it more pleasing to the eye as well but that is taking my pickiness to the extreme. :-)

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Mr-Mac

      Harrisburg, IL

      Apr 18 , 2011
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      Craftsman 3/4 in. Wood Chisel

      I bought this chisel and a quarter inch chisel both for the price of one because someone else bought them, abused them and then returned them (so much for unscrupulous people) and the blades were in really bad shape.

      I got them home and started the process of sharpening and after only a short time I had them shaving the hair off my arm! Immediately after that I started making dovetails.

      I have now been working with these chisels and haven't needed to rework the edges at all despite the amount of work I have completed! Great chisels!

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Mr-Mac

      Saint Peters, MO

      Apr 17 , 2011
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      Craftsman 3/4 in. Wood Chisel

      I bought this chisel and a quarter inch chisel both for the price of one because someone else bought them, abused them and then returned them (so much for unscrupulous people) and the blades were in really bad shape.

      I got them home and started the process of sharpening and after only a short time I had them shaving the hair off my arm! Immediately after that I started making dovetails.

      I have now been working with these chisels and haven't needed to rework the edges at all despite the amount of work I have completed! Great chisels!


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      WendeAnderson

      Fort Worth, TX

      Jan 21 , 2011
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      We used this chisel to craft a pinewood derby! Love CRAFTSMAN!

      Craftman has been in our family tool box since I was a small child. This particular chisle has a very comfortable handle and the angle of the chisle made chisling out the pinewood derby quite easy and I found It easy to help our Cubscout learn about tool safty using this tool.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      StuartH

      Florence, SC

      May 13 , 2010
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      3/4" Wood chisel is strong and sturdy.

      This chisel looks very strong and sturdy, ready for abuse. It's metal cap seems to say " beat on me! Ha Ha! I can take it!" It is very sharp from the outset, and needs very little honing before use. It seems to hold its edge rather well. This tool will have a place in my tool set for a long time.


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