Re: [MedievalSawdust] Digest Number 863
> It was the "scimitar" type saw I was refering to, large size as inMy understanding (and to my embarresment I cannot remember where I
> Noahs Ark, having used a couple of modern replicas I feel they
> pretty much have to work on the pull.
got this from) was that they were definitely cut-on-the-pull because
it wasn't possible to make suitable steel or other alloys that were
thin but stiff enough to cut on the push.
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