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Re: gouge

Jim, ask them to send you their catalogs. Great stuff at fair prices. Oh, the catalog covers are beautiful, too. Margaret L

thanks, pam. good site. found a 2" spoon gouge for 10 bucks. can't beat that.

now, do you really want to hear what it think about..........;>)

At 07:52 PM 12/18/02 -0600, you wrote:
try Lee Valley Tools, they have a whole woodworking catalog. Some tools I don't even recognize and my garndfather was a master carpenter...
www/leevalley.com I believe.
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