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Ok. Thanks. Would it be worth the 20 minute drive for the saw and misc. block planes? I don't necessarily "need" them, but a tool is a tool. Haha
Only if it works. ;)

A sharp back saw is handy to have around. The saw may be sharp or may be dull. Looks like a lot of teeth if it needs to be sharpened.

The block planes are easier to sharpen if the blades are dull. I think too many of similar size for my liking. You could always sell the ones you do not need.
 

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I ended up not going. I figured i already have 2 (cheap) block planes, and I'd rather save my money to buy a new quality back saw.
(Plus my wife said: "sure honey, you can but those, or....use that money to put towards your Veritas DT Saw. But you do what you think is right. ;-) ".....)
 

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(Plus my wife said: "sure honey, you can but those, or....use that money to put towards your Veritas DT Saw. But you do what you think is right. ;-) ".....)
I have the Veritas Cross-Cut saw, different saw tooth pattern. I love this saw. Well made, fits in the hand like a glove. Good to save up to buy the Dovetail version - or the Cross-Cut. :thumbsup:
 

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I was actually thinking about saving up to buy the pair. That way i can have the best of both worlds.... I just received my Lee Valley catalogs, so I've been drooling over my wish list.
 
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