Thats a good idea, thanksI would also encourage you to buy and read (several times over) Peter Alexander's book The Gunsmith of Grenville County, which is available from Track of the Wolf … here's a link:
The Gunsmith of Grenville County, Building the American Longrifle illustrated instruction manual, revised edition, spiral bound, by Peter A. Alexander - Track of the WolfTotw.MyWeb.StructuresOld.Web.Parts.DescriptionDetailwww.trackofthewolf.com
it's a bit pricey, but this book will more than save you the purchase price in parts you don't ruin … not counting time you don't waste wait for the replacement part, and time you don't spend in purgatory as a result of the bad language you don't use 'cause you didn't make the 'rookie mistake' and ruin the part in the first place.
since you already make things, I'll not go on my usual rant, but just mention that you should be able to get any cutting tool neurosurgery sharp... stropping: a powerful force of nature … I use the 'scary sharp method' (with wet/dry sand paper and a glass plate … do what works best for you ...
and you probably already know this, but avoid buying 'sets' of tools (chisels seem especially susceptible to this phenomenon) … instead, buy the tools you need and get the very best single you can … this way, you don't buy five tools and use maybe two.
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