- 14 Nov 2012
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I'm thinking of getting a flush cut saw for cutting down plugs used either to hide screw holes or to repair old wood. I've been doing this by whacking off most of the protruding plug with a chisel (splitting it along the grain really) then paring down. That works, but maybe a saw would be quicker. I'm looking at the Veritas offerings from Axi . They offer two flavours - 22tpi double edged with teeth set one way or 26tpi single edge with no set. Can anyone tell me which would be better for my use and why? Or even better, why I don't need to spend money on yet another tool!