Thanks for your response , the saw I bought was a show special do not know what the normal price would be but it certainly looks and feels like a quality tool and at £26 good value. The show was very busy with lots to see sorry you missed it.
I also look forward to Paul’s video on sharpening I have had a few goes at sharpening an old tenon saw but without much success i think I would need a good bench light and maybe some form of magnification to enable me to see the teeth clearly. I would be nervous about re-setting and sharpening it , not sure if I would improve it.
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