I've got it. Not bad. Use it a lot. Made the bathroom renovation a lot
less of a pain. It was the only saw I used to build the new railing for
the back deck out of standard red cedar.
Not precision but pretty close. I like the double rail sliders. The
dust is just not collectible, no matter what you do. Most miter saws
are like that. You can get some or even most, but definitely not all.
Most miter saws these days also have automatic brakes.
That model's discontinued. No biggie for me. Parts are still available
and it's a standard blade.
It has its drawbacks - the handle is awkward to use, for instance - but
it's way cheaper than the other sliders out there, it'll cut a 4x4 and
a 2x10, with a good blade it makes a nice clean cut, and it has become
the most used power tool in the shop. It saves a lot of time. I built
a cabinet for it with folddown wings.
When the wife looks at a power tool a few years after you bought it and
remarks about how handy it is to have around, I figure I've been
Course, now I see the 4410 is only 399 us. Your price for the 3915 is
what, about 302 us? That's starting to get closer to a better deal. The
handle's better on that model.