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9 in. 5 Teeth per Inch AX Nail-Embedded Wood Cutting SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blades (5-Pack)

Includes 5 blades ($4.79 /blade)
$23.97
  • Optimal for cutting wood and nail-embedded wood
  • Nail guard technology cuts 2X faster than standard blades
  • Fang tip for faster plunge cutting
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Product Overview

The AX SAWZALL Blades have been engineered with Milwaukee NAIL GUARD technology to deliver you 2X faster cuts, up to 5X longer life and greatest tooth durability of any wood demolition blades on the market. Our innovative FANG TIP bites into wood on first contact for the quickest plunge cuts into both wood and nail-embedded wood for increased versatility. With a thicker, more rigid blade body, these SAWZALL'S resist fracturing and bending to maximize durability in the toughest applications. The wood cutting blade has a 1 in. tall blade body that reduces blade twisting for straighter, more accurate cuts.
  • 5 TPI for fast aggressive cuts
  • Nail guard protects teeth from fractures
  • Fang tip bites into the wood on first contact for plunge cuts
  • Thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability
  • 1/2 in. universal tang
  • 1 in. tall body for demolition
  • 5 blades per pack
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
9 in
Blade Width (in.)
1"

Details

Color Family
White
Demolition
Yes
Material Cut
Wood
Number in Package
5
Number of Teeth
45
Power Tool Accessory Type
Reciprocating Saw Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
BiMetal
Teeth Per Inch
5
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
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I recently used one of these blades in my Milwaukee reciprocating saw to cut through some lumber ...
I recently used one of these blades in my Milwaukee reciprocating saw to cut through some lumber previously used on the job site. The blades cut fast and true and even though I didn't cut through any nails, I did manage to slice through quite a few big staples with no problems. The blade stayed sharp with multiple cuts so I have confidence this 10 blade pack will last me quite a ling time.
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These are excellent blades. They have a very aggressive tooth pattern that really cuts the wood....
These are excellent blades. They have a very aggressive tooth pattern that really cuts the wood. I ran a little experiment where I cut an untreated 4x4 with a regular blade and then cut it with one of these blades. True to the their claim, the Milwaukee blade cut at least twice as fast as the conventional blade ! I got this ten pack of blades because I have a bad habit of keeping a blade long past its useful life ! Hopefully, having a ten pack, I will replace my blades before they get super dull. Pictures attached.
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These are quality reciprocating saw blades. Nice and long and they don't give up if they hit a n...
These are quality reciprocating saw blades. Nice and long and they don't give up if they hit a nail. Having ten means I will not quickly run out. The tang is universal so they fit my cordless and corded reciprocating saw (Ryobi and DeWalt respectively). They cut agressively which is what I want for this type blade. I do not use the reciprocating saw for fine work.
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9 in. 5 TPI AX Nail-Embedded Wood Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blades (10-Pack) review: Another supe...
9 in. 5 TPI AX Nail-Embedded Wood Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blades (10-Pack) review: Another superior Milwaukee product! I just got a reciprocating saw and right now am using it to prune very thick branches both dead and alive from our front and back yard. These 9 inch blades are the perfect length AND they cut right through both live and dead tree limbs. Man, they tear right through quickly! I have not tested it on pine with embedded nails but they look very stout and are thick - they do not bend easily. Man, Milwaukee just keeps turning out superior products in every category. Whatever tree limb I had to cut through (some were over 5 inches in width) it just tore it up! Man, and clean cuts too! So far I have used just the first blade and it looks barely used. Man! I just Love Milwaukee products! There ya go!
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This review is for the Milwaukee model 48-00-1026 “Ax” Sawzall blade, which includes 10 blades in...
This review is for the Milwaukee model 48-00-1026 “Ax” Sawzall blade, which includes 10 blades in the pack. Milwaukee makes several different Sawzall blades, so it’s important that the review you’re reading matches the model number of the blade you’re researching. The “Ax” (the name is imprinted on each blade, making it easy to find when stored with other blades) is designed to go through “wood with nails”. I mounted a blade in a Ryobi reciprocating saw and gave it a workout going through treated 2x4’s. (You don’t need a Milwaukee brand saw to use these blades). The blade performed very well – although at one point I did get a bit of ‘kick-back’ when I hit something hard (a knot, most likely, I didn’t see any nails at the spot I was cutting). It was momentary and the blade dug in and completed the cut. The only real sign of wear was where the logo is imprinted on the blade – that got smeared. The blade itself appears to be as sharp as when I took it out of the pack. I’m a semi-retired IT tech / homeowner / DIY’er, not a pro, so opinions may vary as to the longevity of the “Ax”. This new blade will be a good match for the types of projects in which I get involved and I don’t think it’s overkill for a non-pro to use these new Milwaukee blades. The blades are made in the USA and come in a blister pack – no case is provided so you’ll want somewhere to store the loose blades. As always, where hand / eye / hearing protection when using reciprocating saws. HTH Regards, Jim
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I've found these to be good blades for taking down large wood materials that have nails. The blad...
I've found these to be good blades for taking down large wood materials that have nails. The blades have a good stiffness, but at 12", if you're not demolishing something of the proper size the tip is going to be swinging all over the place. And it's important to keep the shoe against the materials or else you'll bounce around with the saw. These blades work OK with my battery operated reciprocating saw; however, without a 3-5 amp hour battery, I run out of juice quickly. I actually prefer using these blades with my 12 amp plug-in reciprocating saw so there's enough power to use blades to their full potential. "Ax" seems like a good name for these blades.
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My project was a tree stump. It had to come out. The 10-pack of blades was the perfect partner fo...
My project was a tree stump. It had to come out. The 10-pack of blades was the perfect partner for the “Sawzall”. Most of the cutting was roots under the ground. The blades are tough. I buried the running blade under the large roots. The blades blasted through roots, dirt, and rocks. None broke, none even bent. I used up 7 of the 10-pack... wore the teeth right off them. Cheapest project ever! I’ll try to upload a couple pics to show you.
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This is a six pack of Milwaukee twelve inch reciprocating saw blades. The blades have five teeth...
This is a six pack of Milwaukee twelve inch reciprocating saw blades. The blades have five teeth per inch, they are one inch tall, and they have a ½ inch universal tang so they can be used with other brands of reciprocating saws. The manufacturer claims that the blades have “Nail Guard” and “Fang Tip” which allows you to cut through nails in wood without breaking the blade’s teeth and it is the “fastest plunging” on any wood cutting. They also claim that the carbide tipped blades have 30 times longer life over standard blades and two times faster cutting than other carbide blades. I have no method of verifying the claims so I can only talk about my experience with the blades. I am a DIYer so I am not using the blades at a job site but so far my experience with these blades is that they do an exceptional job of cutting through wood. I have not yet had to cut through any nails so I can’t comment on their ability to cut through nails. I am very impressed with these blades so I can definitely recommend them for your reciprocating saw.
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Outstanding blades with unbelievable results
Well, these blades were "suggested" to trim off tree limbs with, so I decided to put them to a maximized use. We had a 20+ year old Poplar tree that was cut down 3 months ago and the stump remained. I could purchase a chain saw, rent or hire a stump grinder, OR use these Sawzall Wood Blades. I'm a "do it yourselfer" with a limited budget, so I decided to use these blades with my DeWalt DW30 electric saw. I seriously doubt that many folks would put any blade to this test. The results are somewhat shocking as per the enclosed photos. I used ONLY 5 of the 10 blades to completely remove this sizable tree stump! Not kidding. If you want a hardy blade that will truly cut tree limbs, then considering how they performed on a STUMP, you should use these outstanding blades.
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Violently Awesome!
I can't tell you how much I LOVE these blades! If you are planning a demo anytime in the future, these are a MUST have for your project. The 10-pack is a great idea to just have around the shop. These bad boys are some of the most destructive saw blades I've every used, but the most incredible aspect about them is that you have incredibly precise control over the blade while in use. I cut straight through a 2x12 in a matter of seconds that was riddled with 16 penny nails, and it didn't even flinch at me. I did it again using just the tip of the blade and the result was exactly the same and honestly, it was easier to control! There is a hook nosed end that makes it extremely manageable when in use. Great blade and highly recommended!!
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