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- Comes in a variety of sizes and styles. The butt chisel has a short blade that ranges from about 2-1/2"-3" long. It is used by pattern makers, cabinetmakers, carpenters and do-it-yourselfers for carving and paring, particularly in tight spots. It can be used with hard-faced hammers.
- A firmer chisel is square-sided, medium-duty chisel and has a longer blade, usually from 3-1/2"-6" and is used mainly for cutting deeply into wood. It should be used with soft-faced hammers.
- Paring chisels are for light-duty, detailed work such as trimming cabinets.
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