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Stanley safety saw, ca 1950’s(?)

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    Posted 2 months ago

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    Stanley Safety Saw (1950’s?). My grandfather gave it to me. Not mint, bottom blade guard broke off (surprisingly) as I was trying to clean it up. Had a good tool and electric motor guy replace the old cord, which had suffered a cut (I swear I didn’t do it!).

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    1. WesternPA-Collector WesternPA-Collector, 2 months ago
      I love Stanley about as much as the old Craftsman brand before they sold out. Is the saw blade original too?
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 2 months ago
      These old worm drive saws were made to last forever. Blade isn't original, they came with a plain steel blade, the one on this saw is carbide tip. Someone with a wire fed welder should be able to fix the broken shoe.
    3. the.view.from.here, 1 month ago
      I’m sorry I’m just now seeing your question WesternPA-Collector. I had the original blade somewhere. I’m not sure if I can find it. But this blade is a Forrest blade out of NJ. (https://www.forrestblades.com) It’s supposed to be one of the best blades you can buy. This one does need to be sharpened.

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