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Milwaukee M18 Fuel Circular Saw Review

If you have been following us for some time, you know I am a huge fan of the Milwaukee Circular Saw 2630.  This is really my go to saw.  Now I am not saying I threw away my Skil Worm Drive because I didn’t.  However I sure don’t use it as much as I used to.  The Milwaukee saw is powerful and did a majority of applications I needed.  I wouldn’t have thought twice about updating this saw, I thought it was that good.  Well the people at Milwaukee did think about it and did upgrade the saw.  I...

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Milwaukee M18 Circular Saw – 2630-20

Oh the circular saw, who doesn’t love a good saw?  As you may or may not know, I upgrade my power tool line up with the M18 line.  I bought a combo kit, 2696-24 and love it.  The kit didn’t come with a circular saw, so I had to get one.  Luckily Milwaukee and every other manufacture sells them as a bare tool, which for this saw the model is 2630-20.  While for reciprocating saw, I usually grab my corded version, when it comes to circular saws, I usually go cordless unless I am cutting a lot of thick...

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Milwaukee V28 Circular Saw Review

This tool review is for the Milwaukee V28 Circular saw.  This circular saw came in the Milwaukee combo kit 0928-29, but you can also buy this power tool separately.  The model number for this saw is 0790-20. The Milwaukee circular saw is a 6 1/2″ saw and provides a 4200 RPM.  This saw has an electric brake that will stop in under two seconds after taking your finger off the trigger.  This saw is extremely light, weighing only 7.1lbs.  The weight reduction is due to the fact they use high strength aircraft aluminum. Putting a circular saw through tough tests is a fairly enduring process. Unlike the Sawzall, which is designed to cut through different material under different conditions,  a circular saw is designed to cut through wood for the most part.  Because a circular saw can only cut so deep, we can not really stack a lot of materials on top of one another to see if we can bog down the saw.  So for this review we really wanted to cover how the saw handled and operated. Once you pick this saw up, you can feel how light it is, but not to light.  You don’t want a circular saw that is very light because you need some weight to the saw, so the blade stays down in the material you are working with.  When making our first cut, it cut through 1″ plywood...

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