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Old 09-08-2010, 02:17 PM   #1
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What is the best sawzall to buy?
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Click Here to see a whole pageful of different brands..... check out the orbital Milwaukee (6520-21) and the big, 13 amp jobs. Some even have pivoting handles, a very convenient feature.

I think it's the 6519-31 I have, and I love it.
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I have the older model porter cable. plenty of power. no quick change or oscillate option is the only thing I miss. make sure to get one with plenty of juice. not the older 8 amp models. somewhere around 12-13.
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I bought my milwaukee in 1978 and it has been through the mill. Still runs great, no maintenance required. Hope I don't jinx myself now.
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