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Stanley 26 in. Short-Cut Hand Saw


26 in. Short-Cut Hand Saw

  • Made in the USA with Global Materials
$2500 /each
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Product Overview

The Stanley 26 in. Short-Cut Hand Saw is designed for use on laminate, plastic pipe and all wood types. Its SharpTooth technology uses 3 cutting surfaces to cut 50% faster than conventional Stanley hand saws. Induction-hardened teeth stay sharp up to five times longer than standard teeth.

  • Comfortable handle design
  • Durable construction
  • Cuts wood up to 50% faster than conventional Stanley hand saws
  • Long-lasting performance to handle many types of jobs

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Name 15 in. Handsaw 12 in. 5-in-1 Hacksaw 26 in. Short-Cut Hand Saw 8-1/2 in. Pull Saw with Extra-Fine Blade
Brand DEWALT DEWALT Stanley Vaughan
Ratings (56) (67) (9) (10)
Blade Length (in.) 15 in 12 in 26 in 8.5 in
Saw Type Hand Hand Hand Hand
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Assembled Depth (in.)
29.4 in
Assembled Height (in.)
1 in
Assembled Width (in.)
6.2 in
Blade Length (in.)
26 in
Handle Length (in.)


Folding Handle
Hand Tool Type
Hand Saw
Handle Material
Product Weight (lb.)
Saw Type
Teeth Per Inch
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this Saw through an apple tree?

I really do not want to mess with i am going to see if i can cut down my tree in my backyard with a hand saw...its about 25-30inch branches in diameter. looking for the best hand saw to get the job done.
Asked by: justin
If the tree is still alive or if the wood is still green and "wet", definitely not as the teeth will clog up. It would be much better to use a pruning or limb saw with larger, varying teeth and more spacing in-between those teeth. This Stanley handsaw is designed to cut through dried wood and it does so effortlessly. It is very sharp but the teeth are relatively small in comparison to those of a pruning or limb saw. I have used this saw to cut cleanly and quickly through stout white birch limbs that I deliberately allowed to dry thoroughly in my shop. "Dry" is the key word.
Answered by: Handyman
Date published: 2017-02-26

I'm looking at slicing up a 20" diameter pine stump into 2 inch slices. Will this work?

Hoping to create some stump slices to be used as side tables. Have a stump that's roughly 2 feet long and 20" in diameter. Will this suffice?
Asked by: JackAttack
This is HD's longest hand saw, and it's definitely not going to do it. The only hand tools that have a chance with that kind of thing are the the old 35+-inch one-man or two-man crosscut saws, which you can get online from forestry suppliers and maybe used through the auction sites from all-hand-tool log-to-finished-furniture historical woodworking hobbyists. I agree that the modern professional option, and your most realistic one, is going to be to rent or borrow a good-sized professional chainsaw.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2017-02-26

What is the point size of the blade?

Asked by: S419
12 Points Per Inch
Answered by: SBD_Product Expert
Date published: 2017-02-26

Will this saw serve as both a cross-cut and a rip saw?

Asked by: Steve
It can do mild ripping, but if you're thinking of ripping to do a significant amount of work, find a vintage rip saw that's been sharpened and set. It'll be miles faster (as in several feet per minute). There's no substitute for a saw with dedicated rip teeth. Troll the auction site and look for hand sharpened saws that are full plate, a recognizable make (disston, atkins, etc) and that don't cost too much. You should be able to come up with something for $50 or so sooner or later, and it's a life time tool. None of the disposable saws rip very well.
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2017-02-26
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Customer Reviews

26 in. Short-Cut Hand Saw is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality. ... Good quality.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent saw... Excellent saw
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product and a super great value I was 100+ miles from home helping a friend and needed a saw. Normally I would never consider a saw like this, (being an antique tool user and by default collector). I was really impressed with this saw. Upon returning home, I did a head to head test with one of my restored, tuned, set and sharpened old gems; this saw won hands down. It cuts very fast and leaves a very smooth edge. It is now my "go to" hand saw. IF YOU LIKE WORKING WITH HAND TOOLS, BUY IT. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. Unless you are making rip cuts, you may find yourself using this more and one of those electric noise makers less.
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Given the attractive price for a general purpose 26-inch saw, I ordered it from HD with proportio... Given the attractive price for a general purpose 26-inch saw, I ordered it from HD with proportionately lower expectations. After all, there are similar premium handsaws fetching upwards of and even over $100 but I'm not building fine furniture. I was very pleasantly surprised by how well this saw performs! I used it to trim down into shorter carving lengths several stout white birch limbs that I had allowed to air-dry thoroughly over several months on the floor in my workshop. So, the limbs were not "green" and not "wet" or "still soft". Cutting with the saw was extremely quick, effortless - no clogging, no binding. The saw's teeth are extremely sharp and the resultant cuts were relatively clean with little to no tearing along the kerf line. IMO, this saw is an excellent value and a worthwhile addition for any workshop or contractor's tool crib. I will be buying a second one while it's still available.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great For Music, too! My purposes for buying this saw are admittedly uncommon. I bought this saw so that I could play music with it. If you've never heard such a thing, I've included a video below for you. Anyway, this saw sounds great when struck with a mallet or bowed with my cheap violin bow. My only possible complaint could be that the finish starts coming off a little bit around the bowed area, but it's nothing that affects how the saw is played. Even after playing for half a year, the saw always flexes back to its original shape and seems durable in all other respects. If you're interested in learning to play the saw, this is an inexpensive and totally-worth-it buy. It's certainly challenging at first, but I'm happy I've learned to play a new instrument!
Date published: 2013-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Saw - One of the Few Around I'm a dedicated hand tool user (as in mostly vintage tools) and do most of my work with saws I've hand sharpened. That said, this saw is a fast saw - and the more you lean on it the faster it goes. It's long enough to get a full stroke, unlike most current saws, and it leaves a reasonable finish for its speed. What it lacks in refinement compared to a properly tensioned vintage saw, it makes up in raw speed - making it a great saw to break down lumber or for construction type work. I finally killed mine making a bench out of ash, bent a tooth somehow, but it's still going with the tooth hammered back. Unfortunately, this saw is not stocked locally now, so here I am to buy another to have shipped to my local store. Of all of the impulse hardened tooth disposable saws out there, this one is the nicest. Wood handle (that won't make your hand raw like a rubber handle) and all.
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A pleasure to use I own 5 "general purpose" panel saws - 4 "Fords" and 1 "Ferrari"... you can guess which is my favourite. This Stanley Sharptooth cuts like a hot knife through butter on the construction S-P-F lumber I use mainly. Even ripping is much less of a chore. It's sharp as a razor and so far (a few months' use) cuts like new. It looks great... has wonderful balance... never binds... and leaves a smooth cut. I've read that the induction hardened teeth on these type of saws cannot be sharpened. I don't know that's absolutely true but even if it is, to buy another isn't going to break the bank. I'm amazed the Sharptooth isn't more expensive because it's twice the performer of other saws I own in its price range. All in all - an excellent product at an excellent price.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Saw Well built & will cut through most woods like butter
Date published: 2013-06-04
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