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    Stanley   4-3/4 in. Flush Cut Pull Saw

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      The Stanley 4-3/4 in. Flush cut pull saw cuts wood 50% faster than conventional saws. It features a 23-point blade that cuts quickly and cleanly on the pull stroke. The blade is double sided for convenient cutting to the left and right, and the contoured plastic handle provides comfort and control.

      • 23 Point blade cuts quickly and cleanly on the pull stroke
      • Flexible blade leaves flush cuts on dowels and plugs
      • Double-sided blade for cutting to the left and right
      • Plastic handle is contoured for comfort and control
      • Designed to cut wood 50% faster than conventional saws
    • Specifications
      Assembled Depth (in.) :
      14.1 in
      Assembled Height (in.) :
      1.2 in
      Assembled Width (in.) :
      3 in
      Blade Length (In.) :
      4.75 in
      Folding Handle :
      Hand Tool Type :
      Hand Saw
      Handle Length (in.) :
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      Product Weight (lb.) :
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      Teeth Per Inch :
      Tools Product Type :
      Hand Tool
    • Reviews

      Ratings & Reviews

      60% of customers recommend this product
      Out of 5:
      • Very good for it's stated purpose
      • February 11, 2014
      • Recommended Product

      Judging from some of the reviews, I think some people are expecting more from this saw than Dewalt ever intended for it to deliver. This is a light-duty saw for use in cutting dowels, plugs, and pocket hole plugs flush with the surface without marring the wood. It does that quite well. I would never use this for cutting door casing, door bottoms, or window trim. A few tips might be helpful: - Alternate teeth either have no set or are set to the top. This prevents marring the wood surface so long as you keep the right side facing up. - Because there is no bottom set, the saw cuts very slowly and has a tendency to bind if you push it. That is the trade off for not scratching up the surface of the wood. Be patient and don't push it. - The saw cuts on the pull stroke only, There is no point in stressing the push stroke. - A little paste wax on the blade lasts a long long time and makes sawing much easier. - I find it easiest to place a couple fingers on top of the blade while sawing with the other hand. This keeps the blade flush with the wood and limits binding. The blade binds when it flexes past the limits of the cut line, so keeping it flush with the surface goes a long way to eliminate binding. It is definitely too bad that nobody carries replacement blades. You can get them through Stanley but the shipping costs make it a deal breaker. Still the saw is inexpensive so maybe that is a wash. One bonus is that the handle can also be used with most hacksaw and recip saw blades, so when it comes time to replace this saw, the handle can still have a purpose. I hope this helps someone.

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      Atlanta, GA
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      By: Robe
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