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    Default Stainless Steel Cutter Blades for the Bazooka


    Does anyone know where to get these in the UK?

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    Scroll down to the bottom of the page and see "Similar threads". This page from over 2 years ago has links.

    http://www.tapingandjointing.com/for...Cutting-blades


    I found a few old style blades in my shed but reverted back to the newer double sided blades.
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    The downside to the stainless blades is them being a softer material, so although they didn't suffer rust they tended to get damadged more easily, the new style double edge blades are as cheap as chips, and as long as you wash your bazooka out properly after use and give it a spray oil the blade should last a good while.
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