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Milwaukee Rasping Jab Saw 48-22-0304

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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 rubber over mold to increase comfort and reduce hand slippage, the new saw also features a thick 6” plaster/drywall blade for increased durability and life.
  • Integrated rasping holes allow you to easily expand hole size or smooth rough edges of sheet rock as you cut
  • Ergonomic handle provide superior control and comfort even after long term use
  • Heavy duty 6" plaster/drywall blade is extra thick to extend blade life
  • Soft-ended handle for easier punch hole starting
  • A must have for sheet rockers and general remodeling contractors
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SKU 015385231
Model 48-22-0304
Weight 0.4000
Color No
Size No
In Store Only No
Price $5.98
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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