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This version can score two parallel lines and may be used to mark off the edge of a door for a mortise lock. It has two pins the top one is fixed in place and the lower is adjustable and is used in the same way as the marking gauge. On some models, one fixed pin is provided on the reverse, so that the tool can also serve as a marking gauge.
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