I just got the reciprocating saw last spring when I had to replace some wood on my deck. The only reason I got the 18v was it matched my drill. Batteries don’t last as long as the drill but I’m loving it. You can’t even buy the 18v tools from Home Depot anymore everything has went to 20v. I was very surprised to see they had replacement 18v batteries yesterday which I figured out I needed after digging. Two batteries were dead after 4 trees. If I would have topped them off the night before I might have been ok. But I have 4 now and I’m going to get a charger to plug in to my truck.Nice collection. That Hornbeam in the back right side looks mighty fine. That cordless Dewalt looks like a workhorse. Does it do the job painlessly?
I’m thinking about the Dewalt 20v compact reciprocating saw.....seeing as how I have a couple other 20v tools and batteries. But I haven’t bought the saw just yet.
I use them too. I spray mine with some flat brown paint and they could pass for clay pots from 20 feet.......or maybe 40 feet. LOL.I like the 2nd one, I use the oil pans too thanks to mellow mullet. $1 apiece I will take those all day. I need to get out and collect more but I need to restock on my soil. Unfortunately that takes most of my time and money.
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