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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:08    Post subject: New toy
I am redoing the woodwork in my house. Up to this point I have been borrowing a miter saw from my dad. I finally got sick of having to run down and pick it up only to return it the next day so last night I went out to pick up a miter saw. I went there to pick up a basic model but put me in a hardware store and I am like a kid in a candy store. Picked up this beauty below. Got a great deal but it is a lot more than what I really need.

More power!!!!!!!!!!!1

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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:15    Post subject:
Bosch makes some really nice tools. Too rick for my blood. I've got a Delta compound mitre saw.
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:18    Post subject:
purple hayes wrote:
Bosch makes some really nice tools. Too rick for my blood. I've got a Delta compound mitre saw.
dittos..picked mine up at our new Home Depot last month <grunt, Tim Allen style>.
You're getting the idea Paul. No project is worthwhile if you can't get a new toy for the tool collection out of it Mr. Green
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:25    Post subject:
I was looking at the Delta saws and that is what I went there to get. But this saw was only $30 more than the Delta dual compound. (I was on sale!!!!!) Mr. Green

I haven't taken it out of the box yet, hopefully saturday will be the day I get to play, er I mean work.
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:26    Post subject:
You're not in the market for a jointer are you? I've got one to sell. ON SALE!
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:28    Post subject:
Wish I was around this weekend, Paul. New tools are cool.
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:38    Post subject:
Nice saw Paul, earned some major dude points with that. Always makes the projects more fun when your working with a new toy.
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:44    Post subject:
maybe it's the amish in me, but i still use a miter box and miter saw
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:47    Post subject:
blatant attempt to score dude points! LOL! Nice saw.
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:49    Post subject:
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maybe it's the amish in me, but i still use a miter box and miter saw


Do you fell your own trees and cure your own lumber too?
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:51    Post subject:
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prohemp wrote:
maybe it's the amish in me, but i still use a miter box and miter saw


Do you fell your own trees and cure your own lumber too?


no but i'd like to raise, slaughter, and smoke my own pork
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:52    Post subject:
purple hayes wrote:
prohemp wrote:
maybe it's the amish in me, but i still use a miter box and miter saw


Do you fell your own trees and cure your own lumber too?


Only if it is under the weather Confused
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:53    Post subject:
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no but i'd like to raise, slaughter, and smoke my own pork

Raising hogs is nasty. I'd much rather get my pork in styrofoam containers.
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 09:57    Post subject:
prohemp wrote:
purple hayes wrote:
prohemp wrote:
maybe it's the amish in me, but i still use a miter box and miter saw


Do you fell your own trees and cure your own lumber too?


no but i'd like to raise, slaughter, and smoke my own pork


Mr Aire's favorite uncle did this and for several years, we had some of the absolute best pork in the world!! (I think he sent them out for slaughter, though) It's hard work, but the rewards are tasty!
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PostPosted: 04/24/03 - 10:11    Post subject:
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no but i'd like to raise, slaughter, and smoke my own pork
have I got a forum for you...
[url=http://www.the-pork.com/discussion/]


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