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    Do YOU use handscrew clamps?

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    There's another thread where a guy in europe is buying a bunch of clamps and asked for advice. There's some back and forth about wooden handscrew clamps. (Like these) One man says everybody has some but most people don't use them often. Another man says he uses them for a lot of things. I didnt...

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    Im considering upgrading my single plane to more dedicated 4,5,7 planes. Im currently used to a #4, but I have to large hands for it, so was first thinking of upgrading to a 4 1/2. But.. then again I am wondering if I should go for the Low Angle / Bevel up planes or the "Custom" Veritas...

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