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Circa: 1916+
Condition: Good
Manufacturer: Stanley
This is a Stanley No. 42, pistol grip saw set in good working condition. It is complete with all it's adjustment features. There is a slight chip off the top of the plunger part that sets the angle on the saw. The plunger tip has a mild angle ground on the top of the plunger to smooth and square off the area where the chip was.  The chip is small and depending on the position of the opposite adjustment may not effect the use of this tool at all. One nice feature of the No. 42 is that it has a very narrow plunger tip, only .10" wide, so it can be used on finer tooth hand saws.  In this case the chip mentioned is not an issue since there is plenty of plunger baring surface on the angle pad for fine tooth saws.

 It is marked "STANLEY NO. 42"  the inside of the handle.  There is two patent dates marked on this one "9-26-19, 12-19-16".  There is no rust, all adjustments work fine, good spring loaded handle, some light pitting noted.  

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