To cut doorjambs, I use a back saw. I cut a block to match the height from the floor and I lay the saw on the block. I simply slide the saw back and forth on top of the block to get a near perfect cut every time. You will have to change positions as you cut the casings and the jambs, but that should be no problem after you get through the jambs.
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