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Old 06-13-2019, 06:30 PM   #1
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that cutoff saw is pretty interesting looking although I'm not going to get rid of my Hilti.

Couldn't tell for sure, but looked like the 12" CMS was doing a descent job of collecting dust. At under 50 lbs, it sounds inviting. I'm tired of heavy saws.

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I know my 7 1/4 inch miter saw does a great job collecting dust.

I'm in on the wormdrive. First time I see it, it's coming home.

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I know my 7 1/4 inch miter saw does a great job collecting dust.

I'm in on the wormdrive. First time I see it, it's coming home.

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For sure.

I do think it is crazy they are already redoing the trim nailers. You would think they would nail it on the first go around.

Then there's the goofy stuff. One video has a chick doing the introduction. She works for the tape measure division. Guess I never thought about it, but you need a division to test and design tapes.

The Stud tape measures. Smaller but with a longer stand out.

I know there's a joke in there somewhere.

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Keep in mind the circ saw is actually just a rear handed side winder.

They have, however, also introduced a larger 7 1/4" sidewinder.
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Dammit, just when I thought we had enough tools
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What is this "enough" you speak of?
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Finally an m18 router.
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Keep in mind the circ saw is actually just a rear handed side win

They have, however, also introduced a larger 7 1/4" sidewinder.


Just signed in to say the same thing, itís the look and ergonomics of a worm drive


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For sure.

I do think it is crazy they are already redoing the trim nailers.

Too bad, but even though Iím big into Milwaukee Iíve already moved to Hitachi for their cordless nailers


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Saw the price on the Milwaukee packout dolly.

$185 cdn for a dolly!

I rather just purchase a 30 slim organizer and bolt it to my moving dolly.

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