I was just looking through some of my fathers tools to see if he had anything interesting. I found a Ryobi 10" mitre saw buried under some things. I pulled it out, fooled around with it for a while, and got to thinking about cutting scarf joints with the thing. The only problem is that it won't adjust to a loose enough angle. I believe it only went to 45 degrees. I searched around Google a bit and found nothing. Does anyone make a mitre saw that will cut at the angle needed for a headstock? And, yes, I know that a table saw can do the exact same thing with a jig, but this is more of a 'if I can find [a used] one cheap, I might as well' scenario.