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Old 21-02-2003, 06:19 AM
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Default Scissors for cutting plants...

On Thu, 20 Feb 2003 20:11:47 -0800, "LM" wrote:

If no one else has that problem, I wonder if I have a defective scissors...?
for cutting thin stalks and stuff it's ok for the most part...


I have the same problem also when trying to cut thick stems like
swords close to the tip of the scissors. I would guess it is a design
problem, probably because the tips are curved.

Ron


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Default Scissors for cutting plants...

On Thu, 20 Feb 2003 20:11:47 -0800, "LM" wrote:

If no one else has that problem, I wonder if I have a defective scissors...?
for cutting thin stalks and stuff it's ok for the most part...


I have the same problem also when trying to cut thick stems like
swords close to the tip of the scissors. I would guess it is a design
problem, probably because the tips are curved.

Ron

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