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    Do You Know

    Do You know any one that would have liked to had one of these. I know of several around here that would have a better grip if they had.
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    Wow amazing, just plain amazing, I still would most likely not do that with my hand ...

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    Dayum!
    I still wouldn't try it.
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    I sure wouldn't use my Winnie ether
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolson View Post
    I sure wouldn't use my Winnie ether

    You know, I had a few replies to your post but I could not find the right wording ... So use your imagination ...


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    "Fooling around with alternating current is just a waste of time. Nobody will use it, ever." Thomas Edison, 1889.

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    Sorry for that vmc
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    Damn.

    He has a lot of faith in his invention.

    Good invention.
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    I first read about this about 4 years ago. At that time the writer wondered why it wasn't offered right then. I would think it would be more available as I butcher a lot of wood and am always concerned about something going wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacker View Post
    I first read about this about 4 years ago. At that time the writer wondered why it wasn't offered right then. I would think it would be more available as I butcher a lot of wood and am always concerned about something going wrong.
    I know a local builder that had 3 fingers reattached this summer. I saw him right after this happened and bet he would have paid any price to prevent it.

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    I remember hearing about that invention a long time ago... often wondered (sarcastically) why the inventor never put his own skin on the line. When I saw that show, I was even more impressed with him and his invention
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