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Timber Tuff 5'' Curved Draw Shave

Uses an easy pulling motion to quickly shave bark and shape wood—5'' curved blade follows the contour of smaller logs.

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Timber Tuff's 5'' Curved Draw Shave is the must-have tool for debarking logs, firewood, fence posts and more. The ultra-sharp 5'' blade is 5mm thick, and features a 30° angle for shaving bark and wood with little effort. Made of heavy-duty steel hardened to HRC 30 for maximum edge retention. The comfortable wooden handles provide a secure hold, while the included blade protector protects the edge when not in use. To keep the draw shave cutting well, simply resharpen the blade with a stone when needed.


  • Drawknife easily shaves wood and bark from logs, wood, fence posts, and more
  • Durable steel blade hardened to HRC 30 for maximum edge retention
  • Wood handles are comfortable and provide a secure hold
  • Included blade protector shields the blade when not in use
  • Ideal for building rustic furniture
(1) Timber Tuff 5'' Curved Draw Shave
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number TMB-05DC
Weight 1.4500
Tech Spec
  • Brand: Timber Tuff
  • Blade Material: Steel
  • Handle Material: Wood
  • Blade Length: 5''
  • Blade Hardness: HRC 30
Discountable Yes
5.0 / 5.0
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Great tool and light weight.
Never used a draw shave, this is so easy to work. It makes a stripping job almost fun. Great product!
February 20, 2020
4 weeks ago
Good quality, just what I was looking for.
August 29, 2019
6 months ago
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is the rounded side of the cutting edge on the convex side of the blade or the concave side ?
David B on Jan 30, 2020
BEST ANSWER: It would be on the convex side, shiny side up.
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