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#1 posted 04-04-2016 08:32 PM

Also, look around your area. See if there is a wood working guild or other organization. While I have no time to go to the one that is local to me, they have several people who are quit willing to hold sharpening classes, etc. The availability of videos and other knowledge is awesome, but working in person with someone with experience is something hard to beat.

I just looked and my local Woodcraft has a sharpening your handtools class as well. (possibly taught by the same guy in the local wood guild).

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