Stanley Back Saw (L)305mm

Product code:
3253565171990
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With 11 teeth per inch, this 14" back saw from Stanley is specifically designed for domestic and trade use, and is used with a push and pull cut direction. The triple edged teeth make short work of the material you need to cut down to size. It has a comfortable handle to give you absolute control and comfort whilst working. With a 45° and 90° angle guide built in, you can easily cut a specific angle with complete accuracy.

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Other Supplier Data: Handle screwed to blade for extra strength and reinforced back for extra rigidity, makes a straighter cut

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Stanley Back Saw (L)305mm
Brand Stanley
Colour description Black and yellow
Saw teeth Triple edged teeth
Teeth per inch (TPI) 11
Blade length 14"
Length 305mm
Model 2-17-199

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