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    I guess I wasn't entirely clear - the tools are...

    I guess I wasn't entirely clear - the tools are sold. Thanks!!
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    Earl, the tools sold as a set. Sorry!

    Earl, the tools sold as a set. Sorry!
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    I should have added that both handles are...

    I should have added that both handles are engraved with my initials. One of them shows in the pic.
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    Fs - Hunter Carbide Tools

    I love Mike Hunter's tools and I have several. But, I do not find that I have a use for these two. I have had them for 3-4 years, but doubt they have a combined usage over an hour.

    Included...
  5. It has been over a year since Peter has logged...

    It has been over a year since Peter has logged onto SMC. I doubt he will respond to your query.
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    David, I made my shavehorse from Tim Maneyís...

    David, I made my shavehorse from Tim Maneyís plans and it works great.
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    Nice work!! Now you can jump into acquiring all...

    Nice work!! Now you can jump into acquiring all the neat chair making tools. Enjoy the journey, the road gets easier and the scenery better with each chair.
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    I would use the corner of a triangular file and...

    I would use the corner of a triangular file and score the line with a series of pull strokes - one stroke per spot with a light touch. It doesn’t need to be deep. It should snap after that with...
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    Sold to Sam! Thanks.

    Sold to Sam! Thanks.
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    Sorby tenon sizing tool - #970

    New, unused and in the original package. Shipped $42. Thanks!
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    I have the PM-V11 blades in my Stanley...

    I have the PM-V11 blades in my Stanley spokeshaves and love them! You may need to open the mouth a bit as they are thicker than OEM Stanley blades.
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    Les, sent you an email.

    Les, sent you an email.
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    I donít have a need for the chisels, but I have...

    I donít have a need for the chisels, but I have the PM-V11 blades in my Stanley spokeshaves and love them! It takes a good edge and wears extremely well in the oak and hickory I use for my chairs.
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    I lose track of time when I am on the shavehorse!...

    I lose track of time when I am on the shavehorse! Very therapeutic.
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    I would think the reference is to pumice,...

    I would think the reference is to pumice, rottenstone, or some other abrasive or series of abrasives along with a lubricant.
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    You have asked about buffing “wood” with no...

    You have asked about buffing “wood” with no reference to finish. If you are actually wanting to buff bare wood the. Except for some exceptions you can probably get by with 3450 rpm so long as a light...
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    While I do have a stock of the blue discs, I...

    While I do have a stock of the blue discs, I rarely power sand. Prior to my entry into turning in 2009 I built furniture and longrifles. I have bought from these folks for 20-25 years and their grit...
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    Like Reed, I haven't found anything superior to...

    Like Reed, I haven't found anything superior to the blue discs from Vince. Good guy to do business with, as well.
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    I would take a piece of card stock and cut a...

    I would take a piece of card stock and cut a wedge shape by eyeballing it. Then sneak up on a good fit with light cuts on the paper. Once you have the angle you can either turn a handle or carve it...
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    Beading tools are sold!

    Beading tools are sold!
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    Sold to Doug! Thanks.

    Sold to Doug! Thanks.
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    FS - Greenlee 10" drawknife

    Greenlee Brothers was founded in 1862 by identical twins Robert Lemuel and Ralph Stebbins Greenlee. Their father, Edmund Greenlee, had patents for barrel-making machines, which he had developed in...
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    I agree with Tom and think instead of a crotch...

    I agree with Tom and think instead of a crotch what you have is actually an embedded branch that is not cellularly bonded to the wood. I suspect it will dislodge upon turning, at least partially, and...
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    Bump but firm on price. They donít take any space...

    Bump but firm on price. They donít take any space in the drawer and you canít buy them cheaper. Shipping from D-Way is $13, so the cost new is $108 and these are as good as new.
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    Sold to Earl. Thanks!

    Sold to Earl. Thanks!
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