Hello. I have become the lucky owner of some circa 1950-1960's era power
tools, including one metal-bodied jigsaw with the only identifiable marking
on it as "Sentry". As far as I can tell, there was no manufacturer by this
name, nor can I find any other identifiable markings; however, I'm hoping
someone may remember which hardware or department store may have
manufactured tools under this name?
I'm looking for a replacement guide bearing for the jigsaw which is in
otherwise good condition. I suppose I could have my favorite metalworker
tap a guide hole in a stainless steel ball bearing, but I was hoping I might
be able to buy one off the shelf if I could identify the saw's maker.
-- Dave Stempien
On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 06:25:08 -0400, "David Stempien"
I had a sentry hardware circular saw at one time. same thing, all
polished metal case. it was a decent thing, for what it was. I
remember seeing an identical one with a different label on it. my
memory says it was stanley, but it was a long time ago....
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