Originally Posted by bmarley5780
One more question: What is the best tool to cut barrels up?
Good, especially if you use the modern ultra-thin cutting discs (1.5-2mm thick) as they generate little heat and so cut quickly with little distortion. They ain't too good at goin' round corners though.
Again good, little slower and if it's made like mine you risk breaking the damn anvil off if you exert any leverage on it
Will do quite sharp corners and is nice & neat with practice.
I've used a jigsaw (I think you call 'em Saber Saws?) but I've seen one or two brethren using a thing called a Sawzall that look pretty handy. Again, no heat distortion but slower than a grinder.
If you could get to use one a plasma cuter will do nice neat, speedy cuts with little/no heat distortion.
You pays yer money and takes yer choice really