arw01 (in email@example.com) said:
| The same hand has taken two slices from a chisel in the last year,
| both times the wood has failed which allowed me to travel at high
| velocity through my index finger knuckles.
| Besides holdng EVERY little pare in a vice, I'm looking for a kevlar
| glove which is not open knit (like most carving gloves) and for one
| that is heavy enough to stop a pretty fast moving japanese chisel.
I suggest you re-think your safety strategy. It generally works out
best if you do not aim tools capable of inflicting harm at your body
parts. It really doesn't matter whether the tool is an axe, a nail
gun, or a chisel - stay out of the line of fire!
DeSoto, Iowa USA