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New Hackzall from Milwaukee


Milwaukee Tool introduces a new 18-volt “one-handed” reciprocating saw to the company’s M18 Fuel line.

“Ever since we invented the Sawzall, Milwaukee has been the leader in reciprocating saw innovation,” senior product manager Tyson Apfelbeck said in a statement. “Now, we’re setting the bar even higher by introducing the first brushless, 18-volt, one-handed recip saw.

“With the launch of the M18 Fuel Hackzall we’re bridging the gap between the small, more compact Hackzall and full-size Sawzall performance for several key applications including large diameter PVC, 2x dimensional lumber and EMT conduit.”

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