Still at it. Slower than grandma.
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Just a few saws. A couple I'll keep, and a few I'll sell. Can't seem to keep from keeping one here and there. A drug dealer addicted to his own product. :Smile

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So how many saws does a guy really need. Big Grin
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
Sometimes slow and steady wins the race....

Looks like a very nice batch of saws,

Ron
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
As always, insanely gorgeous!
Thanks,  Curt
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
Those look fantastic! No surprise.
Best,
Aram, always learning

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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
That is a nice crop of saws.
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
Sweet ! !
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
Oh gr at, now my k yboard is brok n. Th drool short d out an important vow l.

b autiful!
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
Well, I did manage to finish a few, but still shakin the bush. 12" Mahogany at 38* hang

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Madrone at 38* hang

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Figured maple at 32* hang

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Sculpted cherry 16" tenon

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If the quarantine was good for anything, it gave me the chance to rasp away. But Wait! I'm anti social anyway. Big Grin
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  Re: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Just a few saws. A c...)
They are gorgeous. I really like that 16" tenon. I have a couple of brass spines, blades, and saw nuts. I need to crank out a few. Of course, mine will be now where near as nice as these.
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  Re: RE: Still at it. Slower than grandma. by RonB1957 (Well, I did manage t...)
(06-04-2020, 12:26 AM)RonB1957 Wrote: Well, I did manage to finish a few, but still shakin the bush. 12" Mahogany at 38* h
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If the quarantine was good for anything, it gave me the chance to rasp away. But Wait! I'm anti social anyway. Big Grin

Dang. I mostly use Japanese saws, but I want every single one of those.  Cool
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