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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 6:27 pm 
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as you know jxk with work in place there should be no gap greater than 6mm [1/4] so that device is to protect the stupid
although to be fair when the guards are remover for cleaning purposes------------------

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big-all wrote:
to be fair when the guards are remover for cleaning purposes------------------

On that basis, Americans must have the cleanest saws in the world......... Despite all the missing fingers/hot dogs :roll:

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to me its all about attitude respect and knowledge
respect the tools
know the dangers from all angles
and dont use any tool if and when you have a negative "attitude" :lol: :thumbright:

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