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Swann-Morton Sheffield

The Swann-Morton range of craft knives are manufactured with same precision cutting performance and consistent quality as their world famous range of surgical blades and handles. The comprehensive range of handles and blades are used by both the amateur and the professional craftsman to perform delicate and precise cutting tasks on a wide range of materials.

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Scott Millican

Scott Millican recently contacted Swann-Morton about supporting the Capital Area Modellers Society 28th Annual Spring Classic scale model show to be held on the 28th May in New Brunswick, Canada. The show is the largest and longest running model event east of Montreal and features some of the finest models from Eastern Canada, Quebec and Maine. There will be something for everyone no matter if your tastes are military, ships, aircraft, cars or even science fiction.

DetailScaleView review of Swann-Morton Retractaway Premium Blue

Viktor Mullin

New knife from Swann-Morton. DetailScaleView review of Swann-Morton Retractaway Premium Blue by Mullin Viktor.

Those of you who read build projects might have noticed that I usually use retracting knife from Swann-Morton. This can be explained with several reasons. First, this is a high-quality knife with excellent build quality. Second, it is a tool easy to work with, which comes handy in different situations. Nevertheless, time flies, and manufacturer decided to upgrade this knife.

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