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Milwaukee 48-22-0305 6-Inch Folding Jab Saw


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  • Accepts All Sawzall Blades - Increased Versatility
  • Includes: (1) Folding Jab Saw, (3) Recip Blades
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Milwaukee 48-22-0305 6-Inch Folding Jab Saw + Milwaukee 48-22-0012 10-Inch Compact Hack Saw + Milwaukee 48-22-1901 Fastback Flip Open Utility Knife
Price For All Three: CDN$ 47.64


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Technical Details
Part Number48-22-0305
Product Dimensions23.1 x 13.7 x 2.3 cm
Item model number48-22-0305
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB003KINVKA
Best Sellers Rank #9,975 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight295 g
Date First AvailableSept. 8 2011
  
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Amazon.ca Product Description

The Milwaukee Folding Jab Saw offers a tool free blade change to avoid downtime in the field and a blade that folds into the handle for easy storage. Complete with rubber over mold to increase comfort and reduce hand slippage, the new saw uses standard Sawzall blades and includes a metal, wood and multi purpose blade for added customer value.

Product Description

The Milwaukee Folding Jab Saw allows tool-free blade changes to avoid downtime in the field and a blade that folds into the handle for easy storage. Complete with rubber overmold to increase comfort and reduce hand slippage, the new saw uses standard Sawzall blades and includes a metal, wood and multipurpose blade for versatility and added value. Saw Type: Multipurpose, Handle Type: Rubber overmold, TPI (Teeth per Inch): Varies with saw blade, Blade Size (in.): 6, Blade Guard Included: No, blade folds into handle

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Amazon.com: 19 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Replaced My Keyhole Saw. March 31 2013
By Mike Del Modesto - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this to replace my old wooden handle saw. The best features on this tool are that it folds and uses any standard reciprocating saw blade. I tried a few different types of blade before settling on a 6" Milwaukee Super Sharp/Fleem Ground. The saw has held up to some rough cutting w/o losing it's grip on the blade. The handle lies naturally in the hand and comforatble to cut with. The fact that it folds is a big factor in why I chose to go w/ this and not a standard jab saw because I dont have to worry about torn bags, scratched 'anything' or reaching into my bag and scraping off some knuckle flesh. Granted it takes an extra second to open & close as opposed to regular keyhole saws where we reach, grab, cut & holster but the benefits of this tool outweigh the "time" it takes to open this. The advantage of blade changing capability is that we can grab a recip. blade that's appropriate to the wall or ceiling material ie: regular drywall, multiple layers, lathe & plaster etc. Please keep in mind that this tools is NOT a "general purpose" saw meant to use in lieu of a hacksaw for example, it is a folding "jab saw"
Milwaukee 48-22-0304 Drywall-Plaster Rasping Jab Saw, 6-Inches
meant for initiating and completing drywall cuts and the like. The fact that it uses reciprocating saw blades does NOT mean every blade/application will work well. Holding off the 5th star to see how long the blade lock lasts.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great addition to my Sawzall April 28 2011
By P. Falcioni - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
If you already have a Sawzall (or other reciprocating saw), you know what an awesome job they do and ripping stuff up and generally removing what needs to be removed in a darned quick manner. Occasionally I'll get into a spot though that needs a bit more finesse, the final edge next to some trim I want to save, a corner that I don't want to over-cut, that kind of thing.

Sometimes a drywall saw will work, but not when wood or metal are involved. This jab saw looked like a perfect solution, and it is!

A few things I really love: it uses my regular Sawzall blades, it folds in half and stores in the Sawzall plastic box, and blade changes takes seconds with the push of a button.

I've used this on an install for a flush mount lighting fixture, it cut drywall and wood trim, and even nipped the edge off a piece of metal.

A great accessory for the handyman (or woman).
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Quality hand saw April 29 2011
By James W. Durney - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
Milwaukee has a reputation for quality tools that can do the job. This small hand will enhance this reputation. The blades are sharp providing the most cut with the lest effort. The grip has a very good "hand feel" when being used. Changing blades is quick and easy. The blade folds into the handle with the push of a button. While there are cheaper tools available, they will not have this quality or be as easy to use.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great little multipurpose saw May 19 2011
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
This is a great multipurpose saw. I have a jab saw that doesn't fold and I like this much better.

One thing that surprised me is that the blades I recieved with my saw from Amazon is completely different than the official picture--see the two pictures I added!

I like:
-Their's a wood blade, a metal blade, and a multipurpose blade. So far, it's worked great for cutting through drywall and a small wood job. I'd want something bigger for big wood or metal jobs, but this fits in my tool box.
-I really like that the blade hides away when not in use. You have to press a button to open the blade. I feel the folding blade is a lot safer.
-The outer shell is plastic, but the inner part of the handle is metal. The handle and swinging blade mechanism is much sturdier than I expected! See my picture.
-You can switch blades quickly.

I don't like:
-The hard plastic handle is fine for as often as I'll use it. But, the black rubber is pretty hard. There are grip lines that I find uncomfortable for sawing through anything tougher than drywall.
-there's nowhere for the other blades to be stored. I want the blades blades to snap into the handle. At the very least it should come with a little pouch with a pocket for the blades to slide into.

But overall I really like it. I was especially surprised by just how sturdy the handle is.

added 10-4-11 Still love the saw. I keep finding little projects where it is very helpful. The blades and saw have held up very well.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good tool in a small package May 17 2011
By Michael Meredith - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
This little saw can hold its own with almost any other saw hand or power. Sometimes you just don't want to have to tote the regular Sawzall along when you know that you might need to make just a single cut or just for the sheer convenience of things. The Folding Jab Saw is compact, easy to stow wherever you need it and it cuts like a banshee!

One reason for its effectiveness lies in the shape and structure of the handle. It fits the hand comfortably, enabling you to saw away and not curse the fact that you forgot to put the power saw's battery in the charger. Changing blades couldn't be easier and usually, that comes at the expense of blade strength or durability, however that's not the case here. This is a fantastic little tool that I'm going to use often!

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