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frank

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pete what price for a stanley knife and and straight piece of wood,hell of a lot less than that gizmo :wink:

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Sawdust Producer":1lluo7t5 said:
Future regulations may prohibit use of utility knives on site.
That was the text below the video, is that true?
We were already banned from using ones that didn't automatically retract after use under "Health and Safety". They weren't just the ones where you can click the blade back in after use, you actually have to hold your thumb on the push button and hold the knife out, they are prung loaded to retract as soon as you let go.

Ironically we've all switched to using scalpels which are far more dangerous.

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I hear HSE are considering bringing out legislation to replace hammers with ones made from felt. That way, when you hit your finger it won't hurt as much. :evil:
 

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I wonder how he cut the angles in the ceiling cladding.
 

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This could be good for multiple ingo's around windows and doors, where your after usually a nice straight 4 inch something wide piece. Price ?
 
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