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2 hours ago, Harry Brink said:

My son has his Grandfather's saw.

I remember it as being LOUD and SCARY!

I was around 10 years old when my Dad was ripping a board and it kicked back and sent the board out thru the garage door. My Dad just shook his head and went onto the next one.

Didn't he send you to bring it back?

Herb

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Richard...thanks for posting this...I enjoyed it tremendously. Makes you stop and think the war effort was more than just building planes, tanks, ships and ammo...easy to overlook the importance and need for this type of support. Very, very interesting.

 

I did wonder what/how they handled & moved all the cut-offs that had to accumulate in a short period of time. I guessed it might have been transported & stored to be used as a heating source for some of the barracks & training facilities???

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