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    Fixed the pics - sorry.
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    By the way......no nails - all spline joints (29 of them) and dovetails for the drawers.
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    Wow very nice!

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    It doesn't get any better than that. Great job.

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    Excellent! A project well worth bragging about. I like it! Would you be kind enough to tell us where you obtained the hardware?

    I plan on building a tool chest to use for my gun cleaning equipment. Although not as nice as yours, here are the plans.

    http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/tool-chest/

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    I believe I got the hasps and hinges from Lee Valley and the corners from Gerstner. Don't have the info on the felt - just make sure you get "sized" felt.......this was 5/64ths.
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    And the handles from Rockler.
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    Took my toolchest to The Woodworking Show in KC this weekend and entered it in the Project Showcase. Won People's Choice and Educator's Choice.
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    Well deserved awards. Congrats
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    Congratulations, Jerry!
    Michael T
    Happy Carving!


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