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#21 ryanpaul

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 03:05 PM

Not to be devil's advocate here or anything, but it looks perfectly fine as a starter set.

I say go for it. And then shown us what you make with them!

 

These guys are right. Most of the files in that details never be used.

 

These guys are right. Most of the files in that details never be used.

 

Nicholson is a great brand.

 

That Nicholson 4-in-1 is hard to beat. That, and a round file and a chainsaw file will do for danged near anything. 

 

All depends on what you need it for. I would have no need for all those files and don't care for the handle swapping feature.

90% of my work is done with a 4-in-1 and a round file, raw file, no handles, cheap and available locally to anyone.

The 2 in the case are never used.

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thanks for your help!!!



#22 brucered

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 03:09 PM

You'll enjoy them. Even if they don't allow get used on every build, they'll be nice to have when needed.

Keep us posted on how you like them.

#23 Alfred E. Monkeynipples

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 06:46 PM

I've been a filing peasant all my life.   Keep in mind, tools are usually a lifetime investment.   When you need it, you're glad it's there.

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