Woodcraft: Japanese Gyokucho Dozuki Saw $21.49 or Harima Kugihiki Hand Saw

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Harima Gyokucho – Japanese “Kugihiki” Flush Cutting Hand Saw $21.49

DETAILS Gyokucho

This flush cut saw allows the cutting of dowels, pegs, through tenons, and excess trim without marring the surrounding surface. How? The teeth on this special tool have no set, so the blade can cut right at the surface without disfiguring it. Its flexibility also permits access to tight spots, and it is a great knuckle saver too. The blade has a 5-3/4″ cutting edge and 22 TPI.


  • Cuts dowels, pegs, through tenons, and excess trim
  • Does not mar surrounding surface
  • Flexibility permits access to tight spots
  • Blade has a 5-3/4″ cutting edge
  • 22 TPI

Alternatively you can look here, Amazon has the same item for $47.98.

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