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David Grimes

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#1 posted 06-26-2011 11:50 AM

You have done a very nice job, Dan. They look nearly new.

I am supplementing my few hand saws and miter back cut saws (Stanley and Buck Bros, etc.) with a range of very small disposable Zona modeling saws and several larger but still small Shark saws. I’ll work my way up to the bigger and/or older boys later (maybe).

The only time I use a hand saw is when I cut 16’ material down to 8’ at the suppliers yard so it will go on the 6 1/2 foot bedded truck. But usually we have the 8’ truck or the 14’ flat bed trailer for materials pickup.

The only time I use a hand miter saw and box is when the motored saws are all out and I’m in a pinch. That’s very rare. I believe if I had a collection of those saws that they would be rarely used, but pretty to look at.

Great idea on a thread for saws. We’ll have all these categories covered soon and they’ll be there and growing as time shuffles on. Thanks.

-- If you're going to stir the pot, think BIG spoon or SMALL boat paddle. David Grimes, Georgia

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