I suggest you get a horizontal band saw rated for metal. After a couple of similar (but not bloody) mishaps over the years with chop saws, I bought a cheap one from Harbor Freight* (<$200 IIRC) for 3946. After a bit of TLC and dialing in, it made great cuts (clean, at the desired angle, sharp corners but no burs); you can probably afford a better one. If cutting a short piece, be sure to be cutting off of a longer piece that you can clamp really securely and the piece as well as you can, and run the blade slowly enough that the piece you’re making will not fly off even if it does catch the blade at the end (which it USUALLY won’t with a sharp blade). One thing to look at when selecting a band saw is to check on the price/availability of replacement blades; I discarded several options which sounded good except that no one seemed to stock the blades.
* The same one linked by @Jon_Stratis below. It was less than $200 with one of their “super coupons”. Also, I do not advise getting it delivered - the packaging is not up to delivery by FedEx or UPS; some of the TLC I had to do was to knock the motor shroud back into something approximating its design shape. The legs are also light, making the saw top-heavy; do not roll it across thresholds or other obstacles without enough hands on it to carry it if needed. Bolting this onto a workbench is probably best.