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Model 1151

GYOKUCHO - Flush Cutting Double Edge Saw 125mm No. 1151 with Wood Handle - Gyokucho

$34.99

Our Razorsaw Double Edge Flush Cut Saw made by Gyokucho has a blade size of 5" x 1¼˝ and an overall length of 10½˝. On one edge, there are 32 cross-cut teeth per inch for hardwoods and on the other...

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Our Razorsaw Double Edge Flush Cut Saw made by Gyokucho has a blade size of 5" x 1¼˝ and an overall length of 10½˝. On one edge, there are 32 cross-cut teeth per inch for hardwoods and on the other edge, 21 cross-cut teeth per inch for softwoods. The thin and flexible (0.0012˝) blade is designed for very clean flush cuts as well as very fine cuts in narrow material. The teeth are impulse hardened for extended wear. It is compact and ideal for the tool box. The handle which is riveted to the blade is made from beech wood.

Features:

• Handle made from beech wood

• Made for both hardwoods and softwoods

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