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Rasping Jab Saw with 6 in. Drywall Blade

$797
  • Ribbed Indents to Increase Grip
  • Piercing Tip for Faster Plunge Cuts
  • 6 in. Long Blade for Durability
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee Rasping Jab Saw is the only jab saw on the market to integrate rasping holes along the side of the blade to rapidly expand holes or smooth rough edges of sheetrock after a cut has been made. Complete with ribbed indentions to increase handle grip, the new jab saw also features a thick 6 in. plaster/drywall blade for increased durability and life. The piercing tip makes this tool is ideal for penetrating drywall, and the blade allows users to cut plaster with ease. With a tether-ready lanyard hole and anti-roll handle, the Rasping Jab Saw is perfect for contractors and builders.
  • Rasping holes make smoothing sheetrock edges after cutting easier
  • Compact design for use in confined spaces
  • Ribbed indents for increased grip
  • Anti-roll handle
  • Tether-ready lanyard hole
  • Ideal for penetrating drywall
  • Cuts plaster with ease
  • Get everything you need to complete your drywall project
  • Perfect for contactors and builders
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
14.5 in
Product Height (in.)
4 in
Product Width (in.)
4 in

Details

Blade Material
Bi-Metal
Handle Material
Plastic
Material
Metal
Product Weight (lb.)
.41 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

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Great jab saw
After moving furniture around in my house, I ended up with a few dings and holes in various locations in the drywall. A few were too large to patch without cutting and replacing a larger section of drywall. This jab saw was awesome for the job. The handle is nicely contoured and comfortable. The saw is super sharp, and the blade is stiff, but still a bit flexible to work well. Overall, a great tool to have.
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Aggressive sawing; comfortable grip
So far, I’ve used this drywall saw to make a cutout for an electrical outlet box on an existing wall. The piercing tip is quite sharp and I found it adequate for piercing the drywall to start the cuts without a lot of effort. The triple-ground teeth make for aggressive cutting; I got the smoothest cut when I used very short strokes to saw. I wasn’t able to use the rasping holes feature to smooth roughened edges of the cuts because the clearance between walls (3-1/2”) was insufficient to get the blade in far enough to reach the holes, so I can’t speak to their effectiveness. The handle is comfortable to hold and there’s a thumb rest that makes it easier to maintain a firm grip while sawing. The saw is very lightweight but feels very sturdy. I expect it to be the last drywall saw I have to buy. Made in Taiwan.
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Excellent rasping saw
I work with drywall repairs quite a bit so when I saw this particular Milwaukee Rasping Jab Saw with 6 in. Drywall Blade I knew it was the one for me. It came nicely packaged and arrived quickly after ordering as HD products always do! Opening shrink wrapped products is always fun. Run a sharp knife along the edge of one side and it slides right out. The hand grip is very comfortable and light in your hands yet gives you complete control over what you need to accomplish. My only wish is that it came with the Sheath but this is now in my regular tool box for work and home! Highly recommend it.
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Quality Drywall Saw
If you are looking for a high-quality drywall saw, the Milwaukee Rasping Jab Saw model number 48-22-0104 with 6 inch drywall blade is your ticket. The saw has a very comfortable large ribbed grip that lets you hold the saw very securely in your hand. The tip has a very sharp cutting edge that makes piecing drywall for the initial cut easy and safe. This saw has four integrated rasping holes along the blade to let your expand the hole or smooth out rough edges. This tool is a must a handyman and contractor use.
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Great!
Really nice rasping jab saw. I love that the handle feels good in my smaller hand and my husband can also use the same tool with ease. The handle is well designed to use for the jabbing cuts and to trim up dry wall. Super sharp tip works great! The teeth on this thing work great too and I have used it on different materials with ease. Great tool with a great design to boot!
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Clean & Precise Cut
The Milwaukee Rasping Jab Saw has a 6 inch drywall blade. This Jab Saw will give you a clean and precise cut every time. I found that the teeth on the jab saw stay sharp, along with the thick 6 in. plaster/drywall blade that helps increased durability and life. The handle has ribbed indentions which help when gripping the handle. The piercing tip makes it easy when you first penetrate the drywall. You will find as I did the ease with cutting plaster or drywall. This Jab Saw is perfect for your professional builders, or your everyday DIYers.
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    Great jab saw!
    Tool works great to punch into drywall for a quick job you might have. I prefer using this hand tool over a power tool if it’s for a very small job, kicks up very little dust and cuts through drywall or other light materials very easily.
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