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  1. #31
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    That's interesting. The email response I received from LN, was 8* rake on all rip saws.

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    +1. "As long as it cuts well for you. "
    By the way: I do hope you were not referring to me when you made that statement. "I see no value in makers or users deciding those millions of handsaw users of the past were being duped by the factories."
    Never have, never will. End of story.
    Last edited by Ron Bontz; 03-08-2016 at 11:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Mueller View Post
    That's interesting. The email response I received from LN, was 8* rake on all rip saws.
    Yeah, I was a little surprised by that as well. I'd always thought that L-N used a more aggressive rip filing than Veritas (14 deg).

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Bontz View Post
    +1. "As long as it cuts well for you. " By the way: I do hope you were not referring to me when you made that statement. "I see no value in makers or users deciding those millions of handsaw users of the past were being duped by the factories." Never have, never will. End of story.
    Nope. Not referring to anybody, just the general gist of the whole thread.

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