Years ago, I was installing a door, and the door was taller than the frame.
I carefully marked the cut line, and had at it with a jig saw (recip blade
some what like a sawzall). The saw was running slow, and so I was pushing
pretty hard. When I finished the cut, the top line was straight, and the
other side of the door, the cut was wavy and all over the place.
I did have a circular saw, and should have used it. For so many straight
line cuts, a circular saw is far superior.
You can get a junk sawzall for about twenty bucks at Harbor Freight, they go
on sale often for 17..99, I think it is.
Christopher A. Young
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