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Old 11-04-2011, 10:16 PM  
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I already have a rather large collection of tools at my disposal, but in any case my wife loves me. First wedding anniversary, maybe next year I'll get a plasma cutter for the home shop.



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Tools are like ammo, you never have enough.


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Old 11-04-2011, 11:58 PM  
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Tools are like ammo, you never have enough.
I 100% agree.
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Cool tool set, she must really know and love you to give you something that nice.
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Cool tool set, she must really know and love you to give you something that nice.
Yep and she got a good deal on it from CPO.

CPO Outlets

I've got a few things off of there both new (like this) and re-conditioned and I've never had a problem with any of them. If you catch the sales, there are some good deals.
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Had a chance to build a shelf today using the new tools. The Makita Cordless is one I put a new chuck on for my dad. It's quite simple and cheap for anyone that ever wears one out.



Haven't acquired a miter saw yet, so until then, I'm still making 45 cuts on my band saw, but hey it works




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