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RYOBI Reciprocating saw (tool only)
Usually $79 now $49 ($30 off)

May be YMMV

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This thing is awesome. Even survived being left in the rain one night.
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i swear these deals bleed me 50/100$ at a time, but keep em coming
Yes. Stimulus check has been all spent on ryobi. But I still want more. In for 1 with no brain
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Plan to lay down some LVT, is it too big a gun to cut some tiles or just right?
You need a miter saw
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Can anyone comment if this is good to use for cutting drywall ?
You don't want to use this to cut drywall. Just get a drywall blade.
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I have this paired with some cheap walmart blades. Works really well. Cut down several small trees with just one blade.
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Any of you Ryobi experts know what the difference is between this and the 515?

From this deal: https://slickdeals.net/f/14055788-ryobi-18-volt-one-cordless-reciprocating-saw-kit-w-battery-charger-99-free-shipping
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You need a miter saw
Yeah I have one, was thinking to use this for some angle cut
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Eww stay away from this one. I bought this one mid last year. After cutting through 2 studs with nails, the saw failed. A burning small from the motor. Returned it and got a corded one. I've usually had good experience with Ryobi in the past. This one was garbage.
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Yeah I have one, was thinking to use this for some angle cut
A miter saw is still the one to use. If by angle cuts you mean notch, use a jig saw.

A reciprocating saw is for rough cuts.
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This, or wait for a Ridgid? I need a reciprocating saw, but been waiting for a Ridgid deal. I have moslty Ridgid (and a ton of batteries), but do have a couple Ryobi batteries and tools. I wonder if there is a big difference in quality between the brands on this item.
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Thanks OP! In for 1 pick up at the store tomorrow.
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QQ, are the blades expensive which kind of blades we can replace with.
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Yeah I have one, was thinking to use this for some angle cut
I don't have this one, but in my experience, reciprocating saws bounce like hell and are a bit hard to control. I would not use this for any precise cutting.
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Eww stay away from this one. I bought this one mid last year. After cutting through 2 studs with nails, the saw failed. A burning small from the motor. Returned it and got a corded one. I've usually had good experience with Ryobi in the past. This one was garbage.
What blade are you using? I use Diablo blades without any problems.
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This is my favorite tool in the Ryobi line. While the technical name is a "Reciprocating saw" everyone I know calls it a saws-all, so those asking if it will cut x, y, or z - the answer is yes - it isn't a delicate tool though, so be careful. Just used mine to cut down 10 pieces of deck furniture and an old dishwasher for easy transport to the scrap yard. There was no way I would have been able to scrap that metal in one trip without this sawsall. With the right blade it will handle anything (probably with the wrong blade too). And man is it fun to use!
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