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Old 11-09-2006, 10:04 PM   #1
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Looking for a circular saw. Used is preferred. Any size, as long as it is at least 7''. You can email me at JmBspudguns@aol.com or post it on here. Thanks
 

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Old 11-09-2006, 10:07 PM   #2
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For what? General use? Framing?

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Try your local pawn shops. You'd be surprised what people will pawn.

Personally, I picked up a decent corded Dewalt hammer drill for $40 when I needed an old drill to mix thinset, mortar, mud, etc.
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Osnap YOU got me confused .your trade is carpentry and you are looking for a circular saw,on this website.Please explain.
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I have a left handed Makita with all the bells and whistles, used only a few times .Think it was about 170 new with case. Let it go real cheap.

Only thing is the dust port on the guard blows the saw dust all over your lap, or in your face .... Other than that, real nice saw.
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Yes I do carpentry, but I use other people's tools, and it does get annoying when you dont have your own tools. And I am not doing that much work untill the summer, so I am going to get some thing cheap for now, and save up for a good one.

And Teetor I will use it for basic framing and genral work, nothing to serious.
 
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OsNap, don't you live near Yardville? Take a trip down to Columbus Market on Sundays. Somebody is always selling tools there.
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Humm, never thought of Columbus.
 
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look on craigs list / tools section / many home owners and novices post used tools from single remodeling projects that they purchased good brand name tools and then sell them for at least 25-30 % off or more just to recoup some money /some real good deals ! just picked up a dewalt compound mitre $400/ lists at $659. milwaukee 7" circulars were selling at $75-85 / lists $135-

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