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Coping Saw and Blades-Select Option

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Coping Saw Item #: 99847
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$19.99

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$19.99
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Assorted Coping Saw Blades (1 ea of 4 blades) Item #: 99855
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$6.99

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$6.99
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General Purpose Coping Saw Blades Item #: 99863
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$6.99

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$6.99
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Coping Saw Item #: 99847
In Stock
 
Price:
$19.99
Each
Quantity:
Total: $19.99

Store Availability
Assorted Coping Saw Blades (1 ea of 4 blades) Item #: 99855
In Stock
 
Price:
$6.99
Each
Quantity:
Total: $6.99

Store Availability
General Purpose Coping Saw Blades Item #: 99863
In Stock
 
Price:
$6.99
Each
Quantity:
Total: $6.99

Store Availability

Overview

For precise cutting of intricate or irregular shapes with precise control.

Coping Saw uses standard 6-1/2" long pinned end coping saw blades. Blades are made from the finest hardened and tempered spring or high carbon steel. Precision punched or milled teeth for accurate sawing, smooth finish and longer life.

#99855 Assorted Blades, contains 1 each of 4 blades.

  • .125"W x .020"Thick x 20 TPI (Fine Cut).
  • .125"W x .020 Thick x 15 TPI (General Purpose).
  • .125"W x .020 Thick x 10 TPI (Fast Cut).
  • .250"W x .014" Thick x 32 TPI (Extra Fine).

#99863 General Purpose Blades, 4 per Pack.

  • .125"W x .020 Thick x 15 TPI (General Purpose).

#99871 Extra Fine, 4 per Pack

  • .250"W x .014" Thick x 32 TPI (Extra Fine).

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Customer Reviews

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Nice saw, very well balanced no...

Marshall W. S Posted May 21, 2009
Nice saw, very well balanced no matter what angle it's set at and whether you're cutting on the pull or push.

This is a handy little tool...

Spencer G from Kremmling, Colorado Posted March 23, 2009
This is a handy little tool that works quite well. However it is intended mostly for cutting wood. The blades with 21 tpi will cut soft metal such as nickel silver. And the "extra fine" will do as advertised, non-ferrous and mild steel. They do mean mild, I tried some annealed 1095 and it wore out pretty fast. Also, they are about twice as wide as the other blades, so they won't make as tight of turns. But, using it within the parameters for which it seems to have been designed, it performs very well.

Since I have purchased this item...

James H from Sheridan, AR Posted February 14, 2008
Since I have purchased this item I have had no problems. The blade that comes with it works well and is sturdy. The design is well thought out. This item works well.

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