ToolManTim
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    4.5 out of 5
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    February 1, 2012
  • Last Review:
    December 11, 2012
 
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      • Review count
        2
      • Helpfulness votes
        13
      • Average rating
        4.5
        4.5 out of 5
      • First Review:
        February 1, 2012
      • Last Review:
        December 11, 2012
       
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          The Workforce 60:25 Caulk Gun is designed to accommodate standard-size 10 oz. caulking tubes. The gun is crafted with heavy-duty steel to help ensure strength and features a spring-release plunger that allows for quick and easy loading and dispensing. It has a built-in seal punch to help clean out hardened or excess caulk from the cartridge tip for convenience.
           
          older ones were better (cutter would work)
          PostedDecember 11, 2012
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          It is nice to have the pin on the end to puncture open the tubes. (would have to use a nail or wire) the handle has a cutter for the tip, but it would not cut cleanly. I use a knife to get just the right cut.
          Pros: Easy to Use
          Cons: cutter not the best
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          The TILT-LOK handle on Milwaukee's 6390-21 is the most revolutionary concept for circular saws in years. The eight position cushioned top handle adjusts to any cutting application maximizing comfort and control. Weighing in at 10.4 pounds and delivering 3.25 maximum horsepower, this tool offers the best power to weight ratio in the industry. The blade can bevel to 50 degrees and offers superior visibility and a clear sight line from either side. Helical steel gears and a 22-amp switch are just two of the features that ensure the Milwaukee's reputation for durability.
           
          good solid saw
          PostedFebruary 1, 2012
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          I had narrowed my search for a new saw to one that at least has a 15 amp motor. Three that had gotten my interest where the:
          Porter Cable PC15TCSMK
          Makita 5007F
          Milwaukee6390-21
          The PC (porter cable) and Makita could be gotten for under a hundred dollars if you hit it at the right time and place. Out of the three the PC has the better case and comes with a rip fence. The shoe might be better as well. The Makita… Well it is a Makita. The Milwaukee has a larger than necessary case and does not come with a rip fence. I think any of these three are good saws and will perform well. I went for the Milwaukee for it has the tilt handle, and for the particular cutting that I do, that option may help
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          I had narrowed my search for a new saw to one that at least has a 15 amp motor. Three that had gotten my interest where the:
          Porter Cable PC15TCSMK
          Makita 5007F
          Milwaukee6390-21
          The PC (porter cable) and Makita could be gotten for under a hundred dollars if you hit it at the right time and place. Out of the three the PC has the better case and comes with a rip fence. The shoe might be better as well. The Makita… Well it is a Makita. The Milwaukee has a larger than necessary case and does not come with a rip fence. I think any of these three are good saws and will perform well. I went for the Milwaukee for it has the tilt handle, and for the particular cutting that I do, that option may help a bit. I am currently using the saw for a project and I am liking my choice so far.
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          12out of 12found this review helpful.
           
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