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    I have been wondering who makes the blades for Hawk. I see on their web site, they don't tell, but say they are the only company that they will put their name on. I got some with my saw, and I see they are made in Germany. Are they made by the same company as the FD? I guess it don't really matter a whole lot, but I like to find out these kind of things. Nosey I guess you could say, lol.

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    If I am correct, they recently switched from pegas to flying dutchmans for various reasons. Mike M or Bob F both linger on here, try PMing them, one of them is sure to know, as they are both kingpins in the blade industry on this side of the pond. Dale
    Dale w/ yella saws

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      Dale is correct.
      Same blades different names.
      Mike M
      SD Mike

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