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Drag Saw & Crosscut Saw Blade's


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Old 08-10-2018, 09:40:28 PM
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Default Drag Saw & Crosscut Saw Blade's

Hello All,

I am trying to find a copy of the "Atkins Drag Saw Book" to read.

Does anyone have any advertisements or paperwork showing Drag Saw Blades?

Manufactures I know built drag saw blades are as follows: Atkins, Disston, & Simonds. Are there others?

Those manufacturers are also crosscut saw builders, I dont believe there were any companies that only focused on drag saw blades.

Im not sure what other crosscut saw manufactures there were and if they built drag saw blades too.

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Chris , here are a couple more, Wolf And Vaughn, Both in Portland ,Some
one will chime in with more
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Hello Wayne,

Wolf and Vaughan were both drag saw manufacturers, but they did not build their own blades.

I am looking for blade manufactures.

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Chris, Antique Powerland in Brooks Oregon has the old Wolf Shop on their property , its complete , neat to see , might call Powerland , don't have number sorry, just maybe they can give you some leads
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