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  • Phillipshead knife

    A long while ago there was a post about a 6" spackle knife that had a socket for a driver bit in the handle. Don't remeber the brand now,but couldn't find it anywhere on the net at the time.
    Anyone know where I can get one ?
    SteveC
    SteveC
    The improbable takes time, the impossible takes a little longer.

  • #2
    Re: Phillipshead knife

    I think that was me, and I got mine right locally at Menard's (midwest version, smaller, of Lowes, etc.) If I remember, I'll look tonight and see what brand it was...works pretty slick.

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    • #3
      Re: Phillipshead knife

      This is the one I bought about a year ago. It's from Allway and has a comfy grip and a flexible stainless blade.

      http://www.allwaytools.com/adhtml/SX.htm

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      • #4
        Re: Phillipshead knife

        Alway is the manufacturer of the knives. I wrote about them a few months back. I got mine from Dunn Edwards Paint stores, but they no longer carry them. You can find them as some hardware stores, like Stcock window and doors.

        Kirk G

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        • #5
          Re: Phillipshead knife

          I have a full set of the Allway tools, thanks to Kirt. The company sent me a set. They are really good taping knives and I would like to get some for my employees. I will check out some of the stores mentioned on their website.

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          • #6
            Re: Phillipshead knife

            Glad you liked them Myron. Kirk

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