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Go for it Mike. I have cut several and it is nor really difficult. Saw marks are easily sanded off. A narrow band saw blade is easier to use when turning the corners, a wide blade is easier to use when making the long straight cut. You will probably be best served by a 1/4" fine toot blade. Some like to make the front cut as a straight line about 45 degrees from the comb and then go to the rear and make the long cut so that it meets the front cut. Remember to leave enough space below the cut to inlet the hardware and not get into the draw bolt hole.

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