Turning Archive 2007
>I've got a new Hunter #3 tool. The next step is for me to learn how to use it. As I looked at the tools at Woodcraft in Roanoke, the #4 didn't look that much bigger than the #3. Why not get the #4 instead?
So, here is my basic question, posed to those who have both Hunters, #3 and #4:
Is the #3 better for boxes and goblets, or is the #4 just as good?