3 Most Essential Tools

You can’t buy them, but you already have at least two.
By Jim Tolpin
Pages: 102-103

From the October 2004 issue #143
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When I started woodworking in New Hampshire with my fellow over educated woodbutcher buddies in the late 1960s, one of the most alluring aspects of working wood for a living was looking at, fondling and generally coveting fine woodworking tools. The guy who brought a new and interesting tool into work would get to be the leader of the pack – at least until he was topped by someone else showing up with another nifty tool acquisition.

From the October 2004 issue #143
Buy this issue now