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Woburn, MA, US
While I agree that the angled end of a bevel gauge allows gauging into an inside angle, I believe that the real reason for the angle is to allow the tool to be used for killing zombies. A square or rounded end just wouldn't have the penetration needed.
I could definitely use better basics...
This would make the load in my attic quite a bit lighter.
I would like to be able to refer to my power tools as "fork tailed apprentices". Not there yet, but this looks I a step in the right direction.
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