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#1 posted 06-22-2012 03:19 PM

No. I made furniture from barn oak for years with nothing more than a low-end table saw and a lunchbox rigid planer. Once you determine that the wood is nail-free, you can do all kinds of things.
As a secondary item, I would buy as much as possible and have it planked up by a local mill, but I think you will find that most of them will not take on used lumber due to the nail problem. You will regret passing in this…

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