The Left Hand/Right handed doesn't refer to which hand the user uses, instead it refers to the position of the blade in relation to the handle. Thus, a "Right handed saw" would have the blade to the right of the handle. A "left handed saw" would have the blade to the left of the handle. Ultimately, it depends on the user and application.
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