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
        15
      • 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.
           
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          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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          Weighing only 10.4 lbs. and delivering 3.25 maximum HP, this tool offers you 1 of the best power-to-weight ratios in the industry. The 15 Amp motor delivers up to 5800 RPM for power in cutting through tough materials, including headers, Microllams and wet lumber. The 7-1/4 in. blade offers superior visibility and a wide, clear sight line from either side.
           
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          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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