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Naildriver
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Well, the notch on the end of the blade are teeth. The notches on the round part are for various saw designs. The offset is to allow reverse cutting. Which one.
 

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The big dip in the middle on each side of the blade between the teeth and the roundish engagement part.
Do you mean why is one the blade on the right skinnier than the one on the left?

Maybe you can get in tighter spots with the one on the right. Maybe the one on the left is a little stiffer. I would use them interchangeably.
 

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retired framer
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With the notch you can cut all the way behind a 1" pipe. or bolt or what have you.
 

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Naildriver
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And for further info, the hilt (or where the two metal pieces are welded) is 1 1/2" deep.
 
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