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Old 07-19-2014, 06:07 AM   #1
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Hi just finished this used 3/16marine ply and and and a no1 Flying Dutchman reverse tooth blade the pattern is by fish thanks for looking
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Very nicely done, Bobman!
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Just asking, why use marine ply an not baltic birch? I like the outcome, good job.
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Thanks for the comments everyone trackman I used marine ply because I had some given to me
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