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woodbutcherbynight

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#1 posted 11-26-2018 04:12 AM


I wouldn t be overly concerned about passing down your tools. When that time does come what you buy today will be outdated and old technology anyways. Your children and grandchildren will undoubtedly keep and cherish your tools and maybe even use some of them but probably will really want what is current at that time. Buy those tools that you want to use yourself today and tomorrow will take care of itself.

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Words of wisdom right there…

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