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WOW! That looks amazing. Thats one good saw.
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Wow.  Which box gets the privilege of holding that saw?  
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Well, seeing as how its it has an Atkins No. 1 etch, rather than a specific mitre box etch, it could correctly be used with most 6" boxes, as all the major mitre box manufacturers, at one time or another, marketed their boxes with an Atkins saw. But it can be said that it would be incorrect to use it with a Stanley, because they sold their large boxes with a Stanley etched saw. To my knowledge, Stanley did not sell their larger boxes without a saw. So, to use this saw with a Stanley would be an admission that the original saw is missing. However, I believe botb Goodell Pratt, and Millers Falls, did offer theit boxes without a saw.
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