Circular saw

Production date
Mid 20th Century
Plier action circular saw tooth angling tool. Shaped like pair of pliers with bent steel spring between handles. Where nose would be is small pointed nose on spring side and long, 45 degree angled nose on other. This angles nose has two 5mm taped holes, with one screw in adjuster with flat circular vertical head. Pointed nose would have been aligned with toothe, the tooth then gripped and bent back as far as adjuster would allow. Apparently used on circular saws.
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Dimensions (LxWxH): 14 x 76 x 225mm (9/16 x 3 x 8 7/8")
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