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  1. Phil, I agree with Jay and wq3296. The older X-Acto handles are heavier and hold any X-Acto blade fast. Look for them at yard sales. I have found that a better handle for scalpel blades is the Veritas Carvers Knife from Lee Valley (happy customer only). David B has pointed out that both X-Acto and scalpel blades have a place in the tool box. Paul

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