The Kreg Jig is still new to me. Mostly used currently on window and door trim. I am amazed at its ease of use. I recommend it to anyone. Would like to know if there are any Kreg owners who are in Maine?
I received 2 prompt replies. Thank you very much.Kerry is in or near Concord. My problem is I don't get down to Concord very often. I am using the Kreg Jig on interior trim and some railings. I am not as creative as some of you folks are. So far, I love what this tool can do.
Crosby Hatch said:
Dear Kerry, I am due east about 45 min. from Fryeburg. Where in NH are you?
I am just getting started myself. I was stationed up at NAS Brunswick for 4 years, transferred to FL in '08. It is a shame that they shut the base down, we enjoyed living up there and our nice little house with a big yard on a quiet street in a small town.
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