The parcel post arived early today, but I waited until LOML was out of the way to open it without hearing the usual "How many tools/books/whatevers do we need in this house?"
Threee Benjamin's Best bowl gouges, bought mainly for experimenting with different grinds. I am assuming that I'm looking at a traditional grind here, and that all I have to do to duplicate it is to match the bevel on my grindstone and rotate the tool. Right? I intend to keep two of them that way for now, and have one each of 3/8 and ½" to mess with.
Oh, the bevels on the tools seem to be about 40º to 45º. Would that be about average for a standard ground bowl gouge?