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Ron Aylor

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#1 posted 04-14-2017 03:57 PM



My unsolicited advice for happy Dovetailing is a saw that feels great in your hands.When you get the right saw in your hands cutting straight will be easy.
A good positive attitude helps too because it s going to take time.
The rest you ll have work out but that s part of the fun and it keeps woodworking interesting.

Or you could just buy a router and Dt fixture jig and be bored the rest of your life.:)

- Aj2

Good advice! My favorite “dovetail” saw was an old Stanley gent saw. I didn’t like the handle, though … not enough control. Once I changed the handle to a more traditional open tote … it is now even more my favorite!


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