I like them too! Both are #65s, Warrantied superior has a higher tooth count and what looks like more of a cross cut set.Unfortunately there aren't as many resources for Atkins saw information as there are disstons. I prefer the Atkins saws and buy them whenever I find them. Both of the saws you have are Atkins made.
It may not be, but they sure are pretty!After doing two saws in this manner, I don't think it is worth the time or sandpaper to clean them up to this degree.
Thanks! I don't have any before pics but I think most etches can be saved in this fashion. This etch was faint but the rust on the blade was not bad.It may not be, but they sure are pretty!
What do you think about using the gun blue to raise the etch? Easy enough? Pain in the a$$? Is it worth the time/expense?
Got any before pics of the etch?
I've read about the process, but never tried it. All the saws I've refurbished have been too far gone to worry about it.