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  1. Chris Mansell
    January 15, 2014
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    nice video, you make it look so easy! I bought a circular saw today and tried to do a straight cut on a 4×4 post but it was REALLY difficult. There was a lot of smoke and it seemed to struggle getting thru, with some kick back and the blade getting stuck… any advice?

  2. Chris Mansell
    January 16, 2014
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    Thanks Chris! I tried a new blade and it's great now! (I used the blade I got with the saw – a SKIL saw from lowe's for $40 and it was poor quality it seems) … I just tried out the 35 degree angle cut like in your video and it looks much better than a flat cut! Thanks again!

  3. chris lee
    January 16, 2014
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    ¬†Good job Chris Mansell. Have fun with that my friend…btw, the saw u bought from Lowe's brand namw "Skill", they will do ok for home use. Its when you get into every day job use is when you will find they begin to over heat. I have one myself. I use it at home for repairs… Good saw….Stay blessed my friend

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