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Dozuki Z Saw

By: on December 03, 2016
$27.72
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Seeing Dozuki's "Z" Saw reminds me this dude Franz I used to know always called me "Big Z." I asked him why once, but he pretended he didn't hear the question. I think it's pretty clear now though that there's a new Big Z in town. One with a rigid back, bamboo-wrapped handles, and removable / replaceable high carbon steel blades Dozuki says makes for the smoothest cutting saw you'll ever manhandle. The Big Z is also allegedly the best selling saw in Japan, if Eastern carpentry and construction preferences are your scale's tipping point.

The 21" saw holds a 9-1/2" x 2-3/8" blade. Together they are said to be ideal for precision joinery and other applications requiring highly accurate cuts.

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