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Ron Aylor

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#1 posted 08-18-2017 06:24 PM

... the reason for using cut nails is to practice technique for period furniture. Practicing on small, unimportant projects is much better than messing up on the real thing.

- Jackcarter0714

Now you’ve gone and opened up that can of worms. Oh my! Please be prepared for every Internet Troll on this site to offer complaint, criticism, and their unasked-for advice about how you are not building period furniture ¬†correctly or truly period … been there, done that!

I for one shall look forward to seeing your efforts and hope you will learn to ignore the inevitable barrage. Keep it up and good for you!


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