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    I'm looking for a copy of issue #3 of scrollsaw and woodworking & craft.
    thank you

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    HI, and welcome to the forum. I've checked the back issues (over here on the left) and # 3 is no longer available. I was able to buy some back issues at a woodshow, perhaps you could look around at flea markets, or garage sales. I'm still looking for # 3 and # 7, they're the only 2 I am missing.
    Good Luck


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