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Old 22-05-2009, 10:18 AM posted to alt.food.diabetic
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Default Robert Larson 540-7500 Coping Saw Blades For Wood

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I purchased the Larson coping saw and also a set of 5 blades at the same time. I can't imagine how many cuts I thought I would be making - I use a coping saw only for molding/trim work, and only for some inside corners. The blade that came with the saw will probably last a couple years of occassional use considering how well it has performed so far.
I have the Robert Larson coping saw and I purchased these replacement blades for it. The saw and the blades are high quality and I can recommend them completely. These German blades last a long time and cut and cope cleanly with very little tear out even in soft woods. They turn on a pretty tight radius. I am very happy with them after having owned inferior quality saws.
High quality coping saw blades with pinned ends. Fits most coping saws old or new.


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Shark 10-2204 Dowel/Dovetail/Detail Saw:http://speialdiscountfinder.info/ind...?id=B00004TBPU
Peltor H10A Professional Noise Canceling Earmuff:http://speialdiscountfinder.info/ind...?id=B00009LI4K
Shark Corp 10-2440 Fine Cut Saw:http://speialdiscountfinder.info/ind...?id=B0000224U3
Stanley 46-813 8-Inch Solid Hardwood T-Bevel:http://speialdiscountfinder.info/ind...?id=B00002X2HW

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