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#1 Avadon

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Posted 23 April 2009 - 01:28 PM

Check out this company ~~Klingspor's Woodworkinig~~

This company has just about every sandpaper thing you'll need as well as carving, drilling, shaping, and general woodworking tools.

This company Rocklers' Woodworking is also an excellent site for woodworking equipment. It's a must you get both of these catalogs before you even touch a piece of wood. I'm serious! lol You will thank me. I've bought from both of these companies and they both have good customer service, good prices and quality products.

Thought i'd post this since a lot of people here do fine woodwork on their blades and weapons.

#2 JohnnyB

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 10:40 PM

We have a Klingspor close by that I frequent. Many things that you cannot find elsewhere you will find there. I buy my wood for scales from them. Way cheaper even with having to stabilize the wood myself. I can purchase a 3"X36" piece of about any wood for less than $20.00 and get 7 sets of scales for less than the cost of one set. Takes about an hour to cut to size and stabilize. I recently purchased a piece of lacewood from them for $12.00. Thats 7 sets of lacewood scales for $12.00.




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