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A hacksaw is little more than a frame (with a handle) that grips the ends of a tiny-toothed metal-cutting blade. The tighter the grip, the better it cuts. You tighten this curved-back saw, meant for nosing into narrow spaces, by turning the screw-knob in the bottom of the handle.
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