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Typical saws from the Crown Tools range.  Top left: 187F flexible flush cutting saw.  Top right: 187M miniature Gents saw with brass back.  Bottom left: 187RS reversible brass back saw featuring no tooth set on underside of blade, making this tool ideal for removing dowel stubs, tenon ends etc.

 
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Folding saws

Folding Saws: also known as pruning saws, but this is a title that belies their usefulness.  A great favourite among the timber framing fraternity for cutting off pegs (trenails) and making last-minute adjustments at the point of assembly.  As a handy pocket saw, one of these turns a stroll round the garden into a fruitful exercise and means that when you go out to do a "quick job" around the house with "just the right tools" in your hand, you can ensure that when the inevitable use for a saw turns up you have one in your pocket.  Fashioned with special fast-clearing agressive teeth for fast, easy cutting, especially in wet or soft woods and a comfortable moulded rubber grip.

 

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