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 PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 11 7:53 pm   
Push Stick

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Location: Tyler, Texas
Tommy,

How do you go about laying out and breaking down those huge planks like you used for the Bombe build. I'd be scared to cut into a piece of lumber that expensive for fear I'd ruin it.

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 PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 11 8:46 pm   
Bench Dog

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I am guessing lots, lots, and lots of checking, double checking, have someone else check the plans and layout, have someone else check them, say a chit load of prayers and start cutting! ;)

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