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TravisH

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#1 posted 08-21-2017 04:29 AM

My youngest brother is special needs and he still lives with my parents (39 years) and can understand your situation. Growing up with him and even now a lot of strange things/accidents occurred over the years.

I don’t have a Saw Stop, don’t like some of the dealings, etc. but bottom line it is solid saw (based on reviews and the limited opportunity I got to use one) and will make a difference if contact is made.

I personally would look at it from a different scenario. Stuff happens and even if unlikely the one thing I would keep asking myself is…. losing a finger or two will it impact us being able to work in the shop building things he wants? Would he want to continue to build things if you had lost a finger or would it scare him away from something he enjoys?


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