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My apologies. I'm actually doing this for a design course in college. So the best I can do here is start a discussion comparing the DeWALT, Milwaukee, and Ridgid models of reciprocating saws, eh?
 

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I’ll tell you this about Reciprocating Saws, go get a 15-20 year old Milwaukee from the pawn shop, spend $30 on a new trigger and brushes (if needed) and your good to go.
 
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