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Here are some joints that are interesting.
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And I thought a blind dove tail was pretty impressive. I'm not even sure how the heck many of those would be made lol

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Thanks Herb, some neat stuff.

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And I thought a blind dove tail was pretty impressive. I'm not even sure how the heck many of those would be made lol

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Sure makes the wheels turn figuring out how they did those. I never did get to the end, they just keep going and going............
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Very interesting. Don't think I'll be making many of those. Like probably none.

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Thanks Herb Way above my pay grade.

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Very interesting, Herb. But I'll need more coffee to even absorb what I'm looking at. Thanks.

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I looked at all of them, most impressive! Gotta' say most of those are probably easier to draw that actually make, though.
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