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Nothing to brag about ... but I like it. Total cost: about $20.

I'm sure some of you will cringe to hear I split a bunch of scrap 1x4's with a circular saw - there are no straight edges on this baby. Smile

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Well, that's one way to get rid of scrap wood... Looks pretty good. Inexpensive and functional- the best type of prop to have Smile
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Joe Joe if it works for you that is really all that matters. Enjoy and be proud of what you have made.
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He for 20 bucks and it works, what is there to complain about. You'd be surprised how many items don't have straight or squared edges.
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