Although traditionally associated with cutting wood, many types of handsaws can cut through a variety of building materials, including metal and stone.
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This tool is used for cutting irregular shapes or curves because the narrow blade can be coaxed around corners and the extended handle can move around objects. Coping saws are often used for cutting molding and trim. The blades can break easily, so buy extra.
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