A door held upright by a horse-mounted vise draws attention in this home improvement environment. Typically the only way to merchandise a saw horse is to stand it on the display floor. But to mount something as unwieldy as a door in the built-in vise jaws of this offering adds an element of theatrics and showmanship. Does Barnum and Bailey do point-of-purchase?

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