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Trying to identify make of tool

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Do you recognize the make of this hollowing tool? I'm trying to find a replacement for the 1-cm hollow-grind cutter and would like to get the right one.
 

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Looks like the one on my Simple finisher (with the golf grip)...
 

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that's a hunter tools number 3 full swan neck- it uses the #3/#5 hunter cutter-
 
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#3 swan neck for the win! I've got a couple of new cutters on the way, and thank you all for playing.
Oops......I see there are two threads on this......I have the #3 swan neck, and posted a photo for comparison on the other thread.

I used this #3 Hunter for awhile, and my purpose was to get up under a bowl undercut rim. It can be used for that, but I now prefer a specially ground scraper for that purpose....

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