- 6-1/2", 24TPI
- Specially designed to cut composite materials
- Slices through fascia, pickets posts, notches, treated lumber and greenwood
- Extremely sharp teeth have three especially hardened cutting edges that stays sharp
- Blade is made from high quality, high carbon Japanese spring steel
- "Ultra-thin PullCut" blade gives clean cuts
- Patented pistol grip handle with soft elastomer provides a comfortable cutting angle and secure grip
- Removable blade for easy replacement or storage
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Comments about Shark(r) Dowel/Dovetail/Detail Saw (10-2204):
Had I not already owned a pull saw, I might think the Shark is pretty fantastic, but it can't compare with my previous pull saw which is my all-time favorite hand tool. The Shark does not flush-cut as cleanly; it tends to mar the surrounding surface. The tooth configuration is not as aggressive so it cuts more slowly and is harder to cut as accurately.
I would never use it for dovetails, but it is adequate for small cuts if time is no object and perfection is not necessary. The only reason I replaced my previous saw was that I accidently cut into a hidden nail and dulled the blade. Even so, the old saw still cuts better than the Shark.
I have been remodeling homes and building cabinets, built-ins and other furniture for many years and like to have a pull saw when I can't be in the shop and use a power tool to do the job or the fixture is installed and can't be removed. I've used a pull saw for cabinet installation revisions when cabinets could not be removed and a power tool would not be safe. It also works well for very small pieces (like model homes and scaled furniture samples). I use it to cut off the plugs I make to fill pocket holes or cover screws.
Another real plus of a pull saw is the extremely narrow kerf. If you have made an error in glue-up, you can cut it apart and possibly not have to remake the part since so little wood is lost in the process.
You will find many uses for a good pull saw. Check around; there are other pull saws that are better in the same price range.
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