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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-23-2011, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Folding Hunting Saws??

Whut types do you like & why? Mainly be used for clearing limbs etc.

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Re: Folding Hunting Saws??

I bought one at Home Depot that has remained very sharp with lots of usage. A little bigger and beefier than the ones made by Gerber and other sportsman cuttlery names. Wooden handle that is lightweight and I just keep it in my backpack all the time.

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Re: Folding Hunting Saws??

Browning has a great saw. They are a bit more than some others but hold up well and cut great. I have had mine for years and broke it, bought another and they are still great.
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Re: Folding Hunting Saws??

http://www.coghlans.com/products/sierra-saw-8400
I use mine at home, camping and to clear shooting lanes. It is bettter than the gerber that I had. It also locks tight.
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http://fannosaw.com/

I bought a Fanno No.1 probably 15 years ago.
Not quite as pretty or compact as some newer models,
but it has held up extremely well.
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hooeyman very nice
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Re: Folding Hunting Saws??

I use to use gerber folding saws. the quality of them have REALLY gone down. I had the blade on my last one break in half while cutting, the blade bends extrememly easily and the plastic handle is extremely cheap and the pins that hold it together break. Would never suggest anyone getting one of the gerber saws. I like Wampires and will prob get one of those next.

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browning best , then hooeyman !
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Re: Folding Hunting Saws??

I bought one at Lowes a few years back. It has a longer blade and it is very sharp. Its heavy duty too as the little compact ones seemed to brake for me.

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