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Razor saw for wood

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Hi Folks,
I've been on the hunt for a good razor saw to use on cap strip and other small stuff but haven't been able to find a good replacement for my faithful but sorely bent and dulling X-acto saw blades.
At the hobby store today in Pa. I bought a Zona 3-in-1 saw kit that seems to be exactly what I was looking for and it was cheap! $7.90!

Here's a link
http://h1071818.hobbyshopnow.com/products/description.asp?prod=ZON35100

Here's a link in Australia
http://www.hobbytools.com.au/prod310.htm ;)

The quality seems good and it's made in the USA which is a plus.

I tried a few other saws looking for the perfect hand saw to knock off small pieces while I reconstruct my wings but this is exactly what I've been looking for.

Regards,
Bart




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