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Flush Cutting Handsaws

Flush Cutting Handsaws

Also known as pull, undercut, jamb, or Japanese-style saws, these flush-cutting saws have a thin blade and can only cut with a pulling motion, resulting in a cleaner cut and providing more control than standard handsaws. These saws are commonly used for finish work in carpentry and woodworking applications, such as cutting protrusions like dowels and rods flush with a workpiece or cutting doorjambs and undercuts. Saws with a double-sided blade can be used for right- or left-side cuts.

Single-Sided Blade

Double-Sided Blade