I bought the Lee Valley dovetail saw for approx. US$36
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I filed the set very slightly to get it to saw straight, but other than that
I think it is a very good value. I also have the Lie-Nielsen gent-style
dovetail saw (straight handle) which I think I paid $80 for. There is no
question that the LN saw is of higher quality, but I have still cut
perfectly good dovetails with the Lee Valley saw, also.
Point your index finger toward the blade. It leaves lots of room
and helps guide the saw.
Inside every older person is a younger person wondering WTF happened.
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Any good small cheap saw can be used. Simply refile and tooth it with a rip
profile. MArio Rodriguez wrote about it in Finew Woodworking some time back.
I saw him demonstrate it, and while it's not easy, it's not hard either.
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