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    Hawk Model 220 Scroll Saw - $200


    This is a Hawk Model 220 Two Speed Precision Saw.



    It has a EZ Set Blade Holder
    Original Blade Holder Set

    Three Belts

    Operators Manual



    Weight...............98 lbs.

    Length ..............33"

    Width.................16"

    Height................45 1/2 ( with legs )

    Throat Depth.... 20"

    Max. Cutting Depth .......2"

    Stroke.................1 1/8"

    Strokes per min. ........700 - 1300

    Motor..............1/8 H.P. TEFC

    Drive.................Belt

    Bushton Manufacturing

    now owns what was RBI/Hawk Industries



    [email protected]



    Last edited by flyfisherman_53; 12-16-2011, 12:17 PM.
    Someone say tool or lumber sale I am out of here

  • #2
    Yes! Hawk is a good saw and that is a hell of a price! Only about $1,000 off retail.
    Douglas Fraser
    Eagle River, Alaska

    My Gallery - Aurora Wood Crafts

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    • #3
      I have a 220 just like the one shown as well as a Ultra 226 Hawk. The 220 was my first saw bought it in the late 80's and have never regreted a minute of it, no problems with it at all. I do use the 226 most of the time now as it is variable speed and has blade tension located in the front. I would break my neck getting to a deal like this.
      Dennis

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      • #4
        I forgot to mention - you must be the proverbial guy that falls into a pile of "you know what" and comes out smelling like roses!

        Better grab that saw!
        Douglas Fraser
        Eagle River, Alaska

        My Gallery - Aurora Wood Crafts

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