I found a old Disston hand saw at an antique store. The store had a hand full of Disston saws and had them marked at $20 each because of either the Disston button or because you could see the logo on the blade. However, I found one with a broken handle with the button missing and the blade to tarnished to really see the logo. I was able to make out well enough that the logo was the pre-WW2. So I took the $6 gamble and bought the saw.So I took the saw home. Cleaned it up. Made a new handle. And tuned it a little. Right now I’m waiting for a course saw set so I can actually tune it properly. Right now it still cuts well, for the most part, it strays after about 16 inches.
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