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[Home Hardware] Framing Square ($10.97), Plastic Speed Square ($2.97)

Framing square - $10.97
https://www.homehardware.ca/en/16-x-24- ... /p/1070192

Speed Square - $2.97. At this price, worth picking up for a spare if you already own one.
https://www.homehardware.ca/en/7-polyca ... /p/1070110
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A speed square is so useful I'd buy 5 at this price.
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CaptainCrash wrote: A speed square is so useful I'd buy 5 at this price.
Now you can!
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Price matched the speed square at HD, making it cost me about 2.67 before tax, thanks OP! Gotta save all those cents!
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Just bought a framing square at Walmart for $9.98. Wonder if this one is better
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CaptainCrash wrote: A speed square is so useful I'd buy 5 at this price.
But is it really square? I'm tired of not-so-square made-in-china squares.
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bogolisk wrote: But is it really square? I'm tired of not-so-square made-in-china squares.
All Empire squares are made in the USA.
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brghunter wrote: All Empire squares are made in the USA.
America is not exactly a bastion of truth or science.
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brghunter wrote: All Empire squares are made in the USA.
Good to know, thanx. I have an Empire try-square but didn't know that their plastic/polycast tools are also made-in-usa.
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good prices! esp for the framing square
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CaptainCrash wrote: A speed square is so useful I'd buy 5 at this price.
I remember there was a speed square deal on RFD years ago and I went out to buy one right after somebody posted this video:

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Wow, this is a great price for a speed square. I"m partial to aluminum speed squares, but for this price, how can you go wrong?
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I bought this speed square last sale they had. I use it quite frequently. Well worth $3 !
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Speed square is worth it! Got the same one from HD @ $5.99 I believe. Possible PM!
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good find for possible price match at other stores!
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Scribblez wrote: I remember there was a speed square deal on RFD years ago and I went out to buy one right after somebody posted this video:

Good reminder of how useful a speed square is .

Not sure if ppl can visualize this but I've put a nut and bolt like "stop" in that angle void/space to create a "angle stop" for speed cutting with a circular saw if you're doing lots of cuts at a specific angle.
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