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#1 posted 08-31-2010 01:21 AM

>>I am sure that a Starrett is another step up in quality. However, is it 6X better quality?

If they are anything like the other Starrett’s that I’ve used and owned, then absolutely. The other Starrett’s that I have get used and put away as soon as I’m done. Rarely if ever do they ever touch the work bench. A combo square is always out, in my apron pocket, laying on the bench or falling to the

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