Re: [gardeners] cutting timbers

Harry Boswell (
Thu, 3 Jun 1999 14:07:00 -0500 (CDT)

On Thu, 3 Jun 1999, George Shirley wrote:

> Harry Boswell wrote:
> > Is a sawzall a reciprocating saw?
> >
> Yes. They make some nice light duty ones for around $125 to $175.00. You
> can get
> blades that will cut masonry, wood, steel, etc pretty reasonable at
> about any
> hardware store. I think my friends is a Makita brand. Sawzall is
> actually a brand
> name I found out. Probably the first folks to bring out a reciprocating
> saw and now
> all us rednecks call them sawzall's. <VBG>

Well, by coincidence, my in-laws gave me a reciprocating saw for my
birthday yesterday.  Now I have something else I can cut with it!!

Harry Boswell         
USDA Zone 8 (Mississippi USA)
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