A Better, More Realistic, Push Stick By Megan Fitzpatrick Posted October 21, 2016 In Shop Blog, Woodworking Blogs A Better, More Realistic, Push Stick2016-10-212016-10-21https://www.popularwoodworking.com/wp-content/uploads/popwood_logos-01.pngPopular Woodworking Magazinehttps://www.popularwoodworking.com/wp-content/uploads/fantasy-113x113.jpg200px200px 7 Really? There. I fixed it. A slightly chunky guy in a trucker hat is far more realistic in this scenario. — Megan Fitzpatrick @1snugthejoiner Megan Fitzpatrick Megan is a former editor and content director of Popular Woodworking Magazine. She prefers using hand tools because they rarely make loud noises. Unless they fall off the bench. Recent PostsImprove Your CNC: Introducing GridsBuild a Router Bit Storage Case – I Can Do That!An Economy Tri-bolt for Folding Stools Showing 7 comments Neitsdelf October 24, 2016 Just how do you hold it (either one, that is)? Megan Fitzpatrick October 25, 2016 Well you can…but it’s not terribly comfortable. Back to the drawing board, I guess. Grip mqbattle October 24, 2016 We were going with orange. Good job! therealbird October 22, 2016 You win the Internet total, Megan. Sean N October 21, 2016 Love it! Here’s another good one, also on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2dtXwcU cam1297 October 21, 2016 Paint it plaid and put some safety glasses on it. captainjack1024 October 21, 2016 The world needs this. Get Raney and Chris on the phone, I’ll order one in T304 stainless with a rosewood grip. You can start a signature line of tools, perhaps the “Fitzpatrick Series”. 🙂 Too funny, thank you!