Hardwood Shear

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  1. Aug 26, 2015 #1

    Ernesto

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    Tested out Crains new hardwood shear - only been out a couple weeks - similar to Bullet Tools. Cut some 3/4 solid red oak easy smeasy. Big difference is that it cuts a back bevel on it so you can essentially turn and butt pieces easily.
     
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    The bullet tools magnum shear can supposedly do hardwood but I always feel like Im going to break the darn thing.
     
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    This was fairly easy, never tried a Bullet tool though. Still to much exertion for this old timer. I'm sticking to my skil saw.
     
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    Shears are for sheep, Just ask Jon. :D:D
     
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