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This is my late father's old Stanley 150
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Is the saw going the right direction?
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Is the saw going the right direction?
It should mount on the near side in that last picture.
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This reminds me of two summers in my youth when I worked with a family friend who did finish carpentry. He had the miter saw setup in the picture. It was lightly spring loaded so it only cut when you pushed it down lightly. No chop saws in those days, it was all hand work. I looked for one of these at one point and couldn't find one. Good memories of what got me interested in woodwork in the first place.
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