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mkmilion

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I afraid I'm not familiar with this tool. The razor saw that is. What is it? Where do I get one and approximate cost.
If anyway one is curious to know: I need it for the Estes Blurzz 24mm Mod.
I encourage any input.
 

Stymye

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you can find them in hobby/craft type stores .it's basically a small saw blade that mounts in an exacto type handle...should be less than $10
 

KenParker

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X-acto makes a razor saw blade that fits some of their larger handles. Another company, Zona, makes a number of different sized individual razor saws. I really like the Zonas.
 
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I am with Ken, I have been using the Zona saws for many years and really like them...The deeper ones are very handy and cut through wood and even G10 very easily. Her is a pic, showing from left to right a Large Zona, Small Zona and Exacto Saw...all three work well but each has their place.

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.rocketryforum.com/reviews/zona.jpg">Hobby Saws</a>

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My favorite is the Atlas Snap Saw.

You find it in the model railroad department at your hobby shop.

It's designed to cut brass and nickle-silver railroad rails. It has a very thin blade and very fine teeth, perfect for making smooth cuts in ply or crossgain balsa.

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