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    • Stephen Graf
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      For those fellows that make their own glass composite bows, you might be interested in this rasp:

      https://kutzall.com/collections/hand-rasps

      I bought one and have used it on just one bow so far. I can tell it won’t wear out any time soon. It doesn’t take material off quite as fast as my Dean Torges rasp, but it will last way longer at 1/4 the price.

      Been looking for a durable, effective, cheap rasp for years. I think I finally found it. And it’s American Made to boot!

      I purchased the “original” Model.

    • David Coulter
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      I don’t see your review up on the Kutzall site yet, Steve. Another opportunity to spread the trad word!!:D

      Thanks for the info. best, dwc

    • plainsman
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      Thanks for posting. Those would be good for a bundle of things.

    • Mark Turton
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      Can’t claim to be a bowyer but I have found hoof rasps to be cheap and effective when it comes to making sawdust.

      Mark.

    • Stephen Graf
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      Hoof rasps are great on wood. Glass kills them though….

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