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jordanp

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#1 posted 177 days ago

I own a #7 Stanley and am just learning the ropes with it. I have used a #8 and thought it was too heavy/big for most projects. However I am typically building smaller projects..

Between the two I couldn’t imagine one not being able to do the same thing as the other.

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