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A handsaw isn't a tool you use every day, but sometimes it's exactly what you need. It's perfect for finishing up a stair stringer or birdsmouth, or for making a careful flush cut or a precise kerf. Sometimes a handsaw is the best choice because it would take longer to drag a power cord than it would to make the cut. You won't believe how well the new saws work until you try them yourself. The triple-edged teeth on these saws are much harder and far more aggressive than the teeth on the handsaws you learned the trade with. About the only thing you can do wrong with one of these saws is get in its