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265824 Bill Webber <ol2lrus@v...> 2018‑05‑14 Re: How big is your try square?
GGs,

Adding a little more info for your help in my pursuit.  Quoting me, I 
said, " The Hilton tool chest has place for a try square that could have 
a blade up to 32-inches long.  The handle would look like the top one in 
this picture:"

What I didn't mention is the slot, in the tool box, for the blade of 
this square, is 1/4 inch wide. It was likely made of wood, methinks.  It 
might be a wooden try square with a handle 1 1/4 x 7/8 x up 10 inches 
long and a blade  that is 1/4 inch thick, up to 30-inches long and 2 1/2 
to 3-inches wide.  So, anyone seen anything like that?  Perhaps user 
made for something associated with pattern making?

Thanks for the responses so far.

Bill W.
Nottingham, PA
Woodworkers visit me at http://bi
llwebber.galootcentral.com/

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