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    Just purchashed a used RBI Hawk 220-3 this morning. But alas no owners manual. The Company is defunct so I am out of luck there. If one of you would have a manual for this model I would gladly pay for copying, shipping and your time. Thank you so much and I look forward to all of you helping me in this new woodworking avenue of scroll sawing. Kelly

  • #2
    Kelly look up Bushton manufacturing, they have opened up the Hawk plant again.

    Here is a link.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC


    • #3

      Try this site. You can download a PDF. Worked for me.
      Missing Hawk Manuals?
      The Hawk Saws are now made by Bushton Mfg in Kansas Try this site for parts.
      Good luck JIM L


      • #4
        I also have a 220-3. It's a great saw! Lower blade holders are a bit of a hassle, but you get used to it! Need any help, let me know!



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