What does a reciprocating saw do?
Answer Uses a pull and push motion to cut in hard-to-reach places
Reciprocating saws have a variety of uses. The uses vary from demolition, cutting metals, plastics, wood, and sheetrock. They are best at straight cuts and gentle curves. They are so named for their push-and-pull "reciprocating" motion.
Asked by Tony Conrad · Last updated 5 months ago · 641K views