We have some woodworking tool manufacturer's news and a question. What would you say is /_the_/ universal woodworking tool. A hint or two, the tool was invented back in 1922 and in the early 60's, Black & Decker made one. Any ideas? Think about it for a moment and then click onto ShortCuts to see if you are right. It may just surprise you.
(Note: I'm not going to play with the url this week as that dratted * may show up again, so just click below and then click on 'columns'
Sad Sad Sad another fine line of quality tools soon to be marketed on name rather then quality.
"Milwaukee is now a sister company to Ridgid and Ryobi under the TTI flag"
Possibly William, but for some time to come Milwaukee will still be US made.
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