No tool box is complete without a file. Many people use a file to sharpen cold knife blades, but that is just one of it's many uses. You'll always encounter things that don't quite fit and sometimes just a couple of strokes with a file will solve the problem. Incidentally, here is some file etiquette learned from a gunsmith. Never let one file lay against another file, it will dull both files. If you are filing a soft metal such as aluminum, keep a piece of chalk in your tool box and rub the file first with the chalk. This will prevent the aluminum from sticking in the file teeth.
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