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  1. #11
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    Re: Handsaw Storage

    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    Ours are in the attic.
    I'm gonna use mine for decorations
    one of these days I'm gonna write a really great sig line

    Mick
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    Re: Handsaw Storage

    I realize I'm a little late to the show, but here's mine, Jason...



    Nuthin' fancy, but it keeps the saws out of the way and handy at the same time. I left a little room for future additions...

    Dave
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    Re: Handsaw Storage

    I'm going to resurrect this thread. Why? Because I found it when I did a Google image search for hand saw storage. The first pic to come up was Dave's on this thread.
    Mark


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    Re: Handsaw Storage

    Nice!!!

    And i still haven't solved it for myself, either!
    Jason Beam
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    Re: Handsaw Storage

    I've only got 3 or 4 hand saws. 2 were my Great-grandfather's. So old, no name on them.
    Dull as a butter knife too.
    I bought a couple of new ones myself. They sit, unused for the most part, on a shelf in the basement. I usually use my table saw or my circular saw when I need to cut something.
    The ideas & pics in this thread are most helpful.

    I'm glad it was resurrected.
    "Be happy in your work"...Colonel Saito
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