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BTimmons

1911 posts in 990 days


#1 posted 365 days ago

I’m not really sure. Both of them will be very rigid if done properly. By that I mean either no gaps in the bridle joint or nice long tenons with a tight fit. It might get into a question of diminishing returns.

Anyone else want to chip in? I’m only guessing here.

-- Brian in Arlington, TX


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