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WayneC

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#1 posted 09-07-2007 02:11 AM

I agree Rick, I was recommending buying old stanley or buck brothers chisels because they can often be found for a dollar or two and would be a good way to get your feet wet. I have the older Marples blue handles that are my primary users and a number of “antique” chisels as well.

Of course the $60 or so for the chisels in his original post is not a bad deal for a starter set if you believe the review. Of course there is always Lie-Nielsons chisel line-up.

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