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    Stanley   6-1/4 in. Jab Saw with Wood Handle

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      The Stanley 6-1/4 in. Jab Saw with Wood Handle is specially designed to make cuts in plasterboard. The blade is crafted from steel, is lacquered to protect against corrosion and features a sharpened tip that punches through drywall easily. The hardwood handle is bonded to the blade with epoxy for extra strength and durability.

      • 6 in. steel blade
      • Blade is lacquered for corrosion protection
      • Sharpened tip easily punches through drywall and is great for making plunge cuts
      • Precision-set teeth are sharpened for efficient cutting
      • Handle is made with wood
      • Handle is bonded to the blade with epoxy for strength
    • Specifications
      Assembled Depth (in.) :
      1.31 in
      Assembled Height (in.) :
      13.75 in
      Assembled Width (in.) :
      1.94 in
      Blade Length (in.) :
      6.25 in
      Folding Handle :
      Hand Tool Type :
      Hand Saw
      Handle Length (in.) :
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      Product Weight (lb.) :
      Returnable :
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      Teeth Per Inch :
      Tools Product Type :
      Hand Tool
    • Reviews

      Ratings & Reviews

      98% of customers recommend this product
      Out of 5:
      • Works fine, but has 2 weaknesses.
      • January 11, 2012
      • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

      1] The shank of the saw blade has a hole drilled through it, the hole is located a fraction of an inch away from the handle. In the event that there is any lateral force on the blade, this hole makes a very weak location right where strength is needed. The hole is filled with a plastic push fastener when you buy the saw. I can't see any reason for the hole, never mind the reason for the plastic push fastener. I've owned the same model saw for over a decade, these blades do bend exactly where the hole is drilled. 2] The handle is not very broad. The action of 'jabbing' is not the most common way the saw is pushed through the plasterboard. The most common method for using this saw is to place the point onto the penetration location on the plasterboard, holding the saw handle with one hand and then you smack your remaining palm onto the butt of the handle to generate the necessary force for penetrating the plasterboard (or you use a hammer or mallet). Try simply jabbing 5/8" fire code plasterboard fastened overhead, you will quickly figure out how to use the a method other than straight jabbing into plasterboard. Therefore, this saw has a 'well less than perfect' design. To its' credit, the blade is thick, but the hole simply defeats the benefits of the blade thickness.

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