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Comparing the blades, there isn't much if any difference in the physical dimensions vs the stock blade. I want to do some more experimenting with the chipbreaker position and edge angle, but so far I'm very impressed with the Hock blade.
I've been meaning to try a set for years now and this was a matched blade and chipbreaker (cap iron) set for only $60.


I just barely bumped my thumb on the corner of the blade, but that was enough to draw blood.
I've tried the blade out on a variety of hard and soft woods and haven't had the slightest bit of chatter, which I attribute to the mass of the chipbreaker (that's its job, if you didn't know). If you already have a blade you're happy with, you might want to take one of Hock's chipbreakers for a spin.






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