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This 16-lb., 7-1/4-in. miter saw looks minuscule compared to 10-in. and 12-in. saws, but its mobility makes it useful.
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21180 7-1/4-in. Miter Saw with Laser Trac
This 16-lb., 71/4-in. miter saw from Craftsman looks minuscule compared to 10-in. and 12-in. saws, but its mobility makes it useful.
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