|Review by Dave||posted 884 days ago||3388 views||2 times favorited||31 comments|
I love to use my rasp and found that you can get these at most county co-op stores for around $20. They are large and will remove a lot of wood rapidly. I use them mostly to fine-tune my tenons. They are wide enough to be able to keep the tenon square. They are made in Brazil. (Wow a product that is not from China) I have a few bastard files and I have a tendency to file a dip in the subject matter. This horse fingernail file is heavy and flat. For some reason I can keep a better edge with it.
What I like is the availability and the cost.
And the big thing just looks cool amongst my other files. Who knows my horse may get a hang nail and I am ready.
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