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    Question About A Saw

    I'm not much on buying things off the TV. However I saw a Dual Saw that they made look real good cutting metal. They even cut a car in half. Has anyone here used or bought one? Thanks



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    Read some of these reviews before buying:
    http://www.as-seen-on-tv-reviews.net....asp?prodID=14
    People may laugh at me, but that's ok. I laugh all the way to the bank.

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    Wow

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    Read some of these reviews before buying:
    http://www.as-seen-on-tv-reviews.net....asp?prodID=14
    You always come through, Mick. Can't believe not ONE positive review,,,and on TV it looks awesome !!

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    Well i dont know if its worth a darn but Harbor freight has a veion for 90 bucks wth 4 star reviews, might be worth it to ya,

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    I once bought one of them tools advertised on tv or someplace, looked so great. Mostly they are junk or hard to use. I"ve bought a couple other things, and I got a multi tool, only I bought the expensive brand, and parts are expensive. Better get something besides Fein, its a great tool but replacement blades are expensive.

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    Milwaukee, DeWault or Makita!


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