Charlie47 Posted February 17, 2020 Report Share Posted February 17, 2020 (edited) Hi folks, please bare with me. I'm brand new to woodworking, so I may ask a stupid question, at least to you. I've done a some of working on guns, building fly rods and tied a lot of flies. I'm a retired VP in a large multi state insurance brokerage. Several years ago I inherited two large tools chests of woodworking hand tools. Mt uncle was a carpentry forman for DuPont. He would be over a 100 now, so the tools are quite old. I want to build fly tying workstations to sell. I saw there was quite a bit of interest in antique tools on a woodworking forum. So I was going to sell them to buy what I needed like a router and bits and maybe a miter saw. However, a great guy there posted a photo of a tying station made with hand tools. He convinced me not to sell the tools but use them. So now I just want to learn more! Have an awesome week! Thanks for your time! Kind Regards, Charlie47 Edited February 17, 2020 by Charlie47 corrections Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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