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Posted on Is the Blade Guard really necessary ?

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#1 posted 556 days ago

I have had a couple of TS with similar “issues” with the blade guard; I too ended up removing it and using a riving knife. My current TS has a very good guard that allows me to see the work well and isn’t flimsy; I use it as much as I can; it’s just one more level of protection from absentmindedly contacting the blade.

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