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  • Woodworking magazines

    I'm new to wood working and would like to know of some magazines to subscribe.

    Thanks,

  • #2
    I'd recommend you go to the local newsstand and look around. Buy ones that interest you, leave the others behind.

    Chances are, you'll end up bucks ahead this way, without a bunch of magazines that show up that you simply aren't interested in.

    Dave

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    • #3
      Try your public library as well. If they're a good one, they'll have at least 1 or 2 and you'll be able to look at a few issues which would give you a better idea of how they are as a periodical.

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      • #4
        Barnes & Noble, and Borders are good places to go. They will also have hardcover (and softcover) WW books on a variety of WW subjects.
        Dick

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