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post #21 of 22 Old 01-09-2014, 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by feralfreak View Post
I use mine to level out edge glueups, ive used it to sand the cut sides of my horse heads and tails and the hooks for my gun racks, and I used mine to sharpen my chisels

And then use the chisels to split bricks??
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No Roger, ff used to send me the chisels so I could cut my ex's baking.

Start with a skew chisel. Joint the end, 10 degrees each side, create a 1/12 carver's stop chisel on a stationary belt sander. A little freehand work and it's as good as a Pfeil.
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