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Twine Cutting knife fits over glove
"I've used one for 10 years and I like it better every year," says R.E. Carlson, Glendive, Mont., about the twine-cutting knife he invented to make bale feeding faster and easier.
The knife is designed to be worn over a glove or chopper mitt, especially for winter feeding. Except for a leather wrist strap, it's made of all-steel. The 2-in. long serrated steel blade is welded at an angle to the back of the metal wrap-around strap.
"It eliminates the need to hold and handle a pocket knife. It's safer than a knife, much more convenient, and it's easier to cut the strings," points out Carlson, who says he's never seen another product like it on the market.
He makes both right and left-handed knives.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, R.E. Carlson, C.B. Route, Glendive, Mont. 59330.


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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #2