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With a ground edge that looks like the blade of a chisel and thus the origin of its name, this type of blade has a grind that is made on only one side of the blade. While one side of the blade remains flat surfaced, the other side of the Chisel Ground Blade is cut at an angle so the blade, when viewed from the tip back, looks like one half of a "V" ground blade. Most often used for making blades of chisels, axes, and swords, this grind is also used on some knives, however it is not as common as the flat grind or "V" grind.
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