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April 20, 2017, 10:49 PM #2825

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Originally posted by Vince
Totally offtopic but idc.

How do you like that DeWalt saw? I keep thinking about picking up the metal cutting version for work. They're a tiny bit different but should be similar in enough ways.


Its a great little unit. Lightweight, but not fragile. You can motor on through " like I am cutting. and up is a bit more strenuous on it but it can be done... It goes through battery fairly quick but if you have a second one on the charger, you should never be out of power. I have the hammer impact drill, impact driver, LED light, and sawsall. Won it in that Co-Op Fuel to Win thing a few years back. Its a great set and would recommend any of the tools to anyone, free or not :P
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    April 21, 2017, 12:33 AM #2826

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    Originally posted by Colby
    Its a great little unit. Lightweight, but not fragile. You can motor on through " like I am cutting. and up is a bit more strenuous on it but it can be done... It goes through battery fairly quick but if you have a second one on the charger, you should never be out of power. I have the hammer impact drill, impact driver, LED light, and sawsall. Won it in that Co-Op Fuel to Win thing a few years back. Its a great set and would recommend any of the tools to anyone, free or not :P
    Ah okay, thanks for the input :D

    I've got the XR Impact, Hammerdrill and the LED light as well. I can't decide between the compact reciprocating saw and the metal cutting circular saw. Recips are super useful, but you get super awesome cuts with the circular saw.
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      April 22, 2017, 02:54 PM #2827

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        April 22, 2017, 04:03 PM #2828

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          April 22, 2017, 05:48 PM #2829

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          that's an interesting mod. what did you use to square it off?
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            April 23, 2017, 04:50 PM #2830

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