As my user name implies, I have something to do with trapping, to be exact I am a trapshooter. During the summer I am out shooting and in the fall and winter I am in my woodworking shop.
All of my router equipment is from Sears, I have there metal bench and three routers, they were on sale and I had to have them. Two quarter inch jobs and one half inch plunger router.
My first router job was patching my porch. took a 4X8 sheet of 3/4 inch plywood and used that pointy bit to make fake lines on it and it matchs up real good with the other boards
The pointy bit gives me away as a amateur in the use of a router. I watch the router show on Directv, the PBSU channel. I live in Pennsylvania and am 70 years old.
Now is your chance to jump in here and tell me all about the hobby.. :'(
Hey there trap I'm a Pennsylvanian to welcome to the forum that pointy bit is either a straight bit or a spiral and I know if you got it from Sears then probably a straight bit. I live in the noth east. Where you from.
Hey trap. Welcome to the forum. Glad to have another old timer here. I never shot any traps but I have shot a lot of cans. A Glenmore, I think he is referring to 90* v-groove bit. At least thats what my pointy thing is.LOL
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