Monster M tooth 2

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Sawman
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Monster M tooth 2

Post by Sawman » May 26th, 2019, 11:42 pm

Monster M has got its buddy. Got the saw from a man in Halifax on my way to do a saw course in Wales. Who ever "moth balled" this saw knew what they were doing as it has been sprayed on with wax oil then wrapped in anti rust paper. Saw in almost mint condition and unused and very sharp and set at 15 thou.
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Re: Monster M tooth 2

Post by Jim_Thode » May 27th, 2019, 7:33 am

A well preserved saw. I wonder when it was made?

Be sure to keep a good rust protection on it or it will be just another old rusty saw in short time.

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Re: Monster M tooth 2

Post by Sawman » June 1st, 2019, 12:37 am

It looked as though they introduced the 3 crown saws in 1938 so from any time onwards (but not for long) from there. It appears that SNB saws where considered very good quality and I can see why. Very well finished and good steel. Started to cover all my saws with wax oil (which has a lot of rust inhibitors in) from a jam jar oiler being glass it won't scratch the saw.
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