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#1 posted 07-16-2012 02:36 AM

Angie those prices are reasonable and very fair, some places also once you’ve become a good customer and open an account will offer discounts, they are willing to work with you on price pretty much not matter what. I noticed they sell hackberry that’s a first that I’ve seen, all the hackberry I’ve used on my projects I cut down myself and used my 14” bandsaw as a sawmill to mill them into blocks. and or short boards.

If you have a McCoys and are looking for something quick go them, that have a larger variety of woods to choose from over HD and Lowes, I sometimes get my red ceader there if my lumber vendor is out or closed.

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