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The only reason I'm making this thread is that I don't know what I'm looking for is called. I'd like to store my hand saws flush against a wall/in a cabinet, and am looking to make the formed wood pieces that fit into the handles. I know I've seen it here and other places done with an explanation, but my Google-fu is weak.

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Are you talking about the cabinet, the peg board or the blocks in which the saws are "sat" on?

The "pegs" are easily traced by your saw handles, a simple block with a groove cut in such as the "gent's saw" is sitting in works just as well too.

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The pegs. Just wondering if that's best done by tracing and using a jigsaw.
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You can use a jig saw but, I've always preferred using the BS. Either one will work.

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