What is the difference between Hackzall and Sawzall?
Also, what's the difference between a reciprocating saw and a Sawzall?
The Sawzall is a reciprocating saw. Milwaukee also has a line of reciprocating called HACKZALLS. It's easy to see why Sawzall is used to refer to any reciprocating saw. This type of saw is designed to cut through anything and everything.
Also Know, what is a Super Sawzall? The SUPER SAWZALL® Reciprocating Saw generates 15A corded power, faster cuts than 15A reciprocating saws and delivers Up To 150 Cuts in 2x12 SPF per charge. The QUIK-LOK® blade clamp allows for tool less blade changes and a rafter hook provides a convenient way to store the saw between cuts.
Also to know, can I use Sawzall blades in a Hackzall?
Yes, Hackzall and Sawzall blades are interchangeable. If your blade is too long, place it in a vise and break it to the appropriate length with a few back and forth bends.
Can I use a reciprocating saw to cut tree limbs?
Joe Truini: A reciprocating saw is one of the most versatile power tools you can own. It can cut virtually any building material. But it's also great for trimming tree branches. Now you can use a standard reciprocating saw blade to cut tree branches, but you'll get much better results if you use a pruning blade.