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Grafting Pliers?

 
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Looking for quality, something that will last.

Any suggestions?
 
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Lee Valley has a wonderful tool porn catalog.

Cool fancy pliers

Super cool pencil sharpener setup

A real Victorinox grafting knife
 
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Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuweeeeee! I've never done any grafting but I LIKE those "fancy pliers". I might need to save my pennies for some new toys.
 
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Them is some damn sexy tools!
I can think of may uses, and the prices are reasonable.
I find myself surprisingly indifferent to the knives...
 
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William Bronson wrote:Them is some damn sexy tools!
I can think of may uses, and the prices are reasonable.
I find myself surprisingly indifferent to the knives...



For anyone who loves tools, their catalog is a MUST. if you read the one on the fancy tool, they don't BS, they simply tell it like it is. I use a lot of their woodworking tools and that catalog is amazing as well. They still send them for free!
 
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I just got my omega grafting tool so I haven't had the chance to play with it. Peaches , plums , pears and apricots .
 
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