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Offline Al Smith

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File guide
« on: October 07, 2016, 07:31:50 pm »
I seldom use same but every so often it's nice to make certain the angles are correct .Especially if you knock a corner off discovering metal in a tree or some such thing .

Well I could not find my Oregon 3/16" today so I meandered  into TSC to buy one and got a surprise .They had guides exactly like  the old style Oregons from years ago. Wooden handle screw type clamp to hold the file instead of that cheap metal strap gizmo  thing that doesn't work very well and the guide  always falls off.So I bought all three sizes 5/32  3/16 and 7/32 .It was around 27 bucks all told .

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