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278539 Kirk Eppler 2024‑06‑18 Re: [Sender Not Verified] Re: [Sender Verification Fail] Purchased this saw
IT is the same saw, was listed on ebay and etsy both.

KE

On Tue, Jun 18, 2024 at 8:47 AM John Pesut  wrote:

> **Warning** The sender address (John Pesut ) can not be verified, sender
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>
> Looking at the ebay pic, I think that's the same saw that OP posted
> question about.
> We have come full circle. Still think Scott G. nailed it as a pruner
> despite the ebay description.
> -JP
>
> On 6/18/24 11:22, Kirk Eppler via groups.io wrote:
>
> My bad.  I think I was confusing his saw with a Atkins #40 Tuttle Tooth
> pruner, see it here.
> https://archive.org/details/AtkinsPruningSaws/page/n3/mode/1up
>
>
> Looks like his might be made by E.T. Roberts & Lee, but the only one I see
> is his, advertised on Etsy and Ebay.  No vintage catalogs available that I
> can find.
>
> Scroll down a bithttps://www.ebay.com/itm/204481770865
>
> The suggestion of Matt Cianci as a saw sharpening info is another good
> ones, seen some of his work in the past.
>
> Kirk in Half Moon Bay, CA
>
> On Mon, Jun 17, 2024 at 4:01 PM Kirk Eppler 
 wrote:
>
>
> That looks like a tree saw to me, but I can't access my catalogs to see
> who made it, maybe tonight.
>
> As erik said, easy to start sharpening, you get better with time, and
> practice.  I've never made one worse after sharpening.  Get earplugs, it
> makes it less painful as you learn. Kinda irritating noises til you get
> better.
>
> Here's a local guy giving his spiel, I have it on video somewhere too.
> http://www.calast.com/personal/ken/Saw%20Sharpening.pdf
>
> KE
>
> On Mon, Jun 17, 2024 at 2:00 PM   wrote:
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>
> I just purchased this saw.
> https://i.etsystatic.com/24542044/r/il/d93c3d/5353933660/il_680x540.5353933660
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> I was told it was a rip saw, and that is what I am looking to use it for.
> Is this a saw blade anyone recognizes? How are these sharpened? Is there
> specific points and angles that I should
> know about? Is there a good resource on how to sharpen handsaws?
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> --
> John Pesut
> Boardman, Ohio
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