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Corded Trim Saw3/8
Have long lamented not buying a small corded trim saw like the PC314.
We have an upcoming job that would really benefit from a small saw like this and we have searched high and low for a small corded circular saw to no avail. Ive looked at small tile saws and other options like shoes that can be mounted to angle grinders as well as all these other (in my opinon) gimmicky saws out there (dual saw, and so on).
We dont care for, and have never had any luck with, cordless circular saws and would much rather corded options.
Any input would be greatly appreicated.
Try Ebay I just bought 2 brand new pc314 with a 20 fine plywood blades one of them was $205 and one was $245. It is the best install saw ever.
bought a rockwell refurb on ebay from rockwell site for 40 bucks and could not be happier. not their versacut, just regular saw. mini worm gear design, will cut 2x4 or ply. picked up 40 tooth blade as well. later bought their barrel grip jig saw and sonicrafter, all refurbs. because of their design all 3 will fit in a 5 gallon bucket. love it
I like the pc 314 but they are fragile and limited in their power and depth of cut.
I would use a battery operated Makita over the 314 pc
I like the regular Skil sidewinder for most uses including scribing.
For scribing an angle grinder is useful.
...It looks like my favorite, the Skilsaw 5510 (left side 5-1/2" blade), has also been discontinued... The last new one sold on eBay went for $299!
Those rockwells look awkward to use. You
No, they are right handed and can follow a smaller radius than a larger saw.