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#1 posted 10-28-2012 04:54 PM

I’m with JGM on this one. There’s nothing more frustrating than using a tool that doesn’t perform the way I need…and nothing is more dangerous.

Besides if your tools aren’t well-designed or well-made, then how do you know the operator is in error? Is it the tool or is it the operator?

There is certainly a level of precision that is perhaps “good enough” in that regard, but why would somebody be satisfied with a tool’s performance if it could perform better than it currently is?

Getting better at this hobby is about, in part, eliminating variables. So, when something goes wrong you aren’t left guessing about what caused the issue.

-- jay,

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