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Don W

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#1 posted 10-28-2012 05:04 PM

I should clarify one thing about my statement. If you buy a tool, it should be of decent quality. Having a tool that’s crap is worse than not having one at all. Every tool needs to be maintained, tuned, sharpened, and kept up. I just don’t think it’s a requirement to have a tool for every task.

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