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I'd be fine if my family cremated me with a Sawzall.

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Wouldn't that be a criminal waste of a Sawzall?

I bought mine sometime in the mid 90's and it's been through a couple of remodel jobs, one complete house build, and all kinds of machinery use. An extremely useful tool that works well in places nothing else will. One of the local lumber yards has a sale on Milwaukee blades every couple of years for really good prices and I suspect I have a lifetime supply now.
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Old 05-15-2015, 12:57 PM   #12
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Wouldn't that be a criminal waste of a Sawzall?

I bought mine sometime in the mid 90's and it's been through a couple of remodel jobs, one complete house build, and all kinds of machinery use. An extremely useful tool that works well in places nothing else will. One of the local lumber yards has a sale on Milwaukee blades every couple of years for really good prices and I suspect I have a lifetime supply now.
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After perusing the metal saw blades I have also found my favorite blade. The Diablo Steel Demon Carbide-tipped blades are everything advertised and more. Man they can eat metal. The one I have is very short, 4", long enough to get the job done, not so long that it keeps hitting stuff on the back stroke. Also the carbide tips are wide enough to keep the sides of the blade from ribbing excessively keeping unwanted heat and friction to a minimum.

 

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