Wednesday, July 22, 2020

I'm actually really impressed

Banging around the Intartubz this morning, and Google has my number because an advert for this little gem popped up:

Filletzall.

That, Gentle Readers, is a fillet blade designed to be mounted on the reciprocating saw in your shop.

Two things immediately crossed my mind:

1) Having broken down a deer by the side of the road with some friends (Hi, Kelly!) and a sawzall -- why didn't I come up with this genius idea?

2) Southern boys were involved.

Now I have to find a cheap battery-powered sawzall before the big catfish start running.

LawDog

9 comments:

BC said...

the milwaukee m12 pistol grip mini sawzall (hackzall?) would be a great candidate for one of these blades

Beans said...

The Black&Decker 20v battery tools are pretty good. You can buy a whole kit for under $180. Usually a lot less if you watch the sales. Drill, light, circular saw, sawzall. $45 by itself at Lowes.

Anonymous said...

Broken link, https://filletzall.com/

John T. Block said...

Sheech....

Nuke Road Warrior said...

Kinda like the old electric carving knife on steroids. And yeah why didn't I think of that😁

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Rorschach said...

Seems you could accomplish same by picking uo a bulk dewalt bimetal blade and taking it to a belt sander/grinder and making a blade out if it. Be a whole lot cheaper.

Rorschach said...

Seems you could accomplish same by picking uo a bulk dewalt bimetal blade and taking it to a belt sander/grinder and making a blade out if it. Be a whole lot cheaper.

Rorschach said...

Seems you could accomplish same by picking uo a bulk dewalt bimetal blade and taking it to a belt sander/grinder and making a blade out if it. Be a whole lot cheaper.