that is the most asinine saw in the world,.....
if you can't use a push-stick to keep your fingers from getting turned into hamburger like they teach in woodshop and on the
jobsite, as well as numerous how to vids, you shouldn't be using it.
plus, it costs upwards of 300 bucks to service it after the blade drops,.. All it takes is for one stray nail or a wet piece of wood to trip it.
who wants a nudel ride?
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