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Old 11-23-2010, 04:45 AM   #1
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Default 15" Sven Saw For Backpack

On the way back from a job meeting/walk for a bid I stopped by REI for some Smart Wool socks and walked by the camping section and........

15" Sven Saw

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Old 11-23-2010, 04:53 AM   #2
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Pretty neat. How strong is the blade?



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Pretty neat. How strong is the blade?
Checked it out against a 36" Sandvic bow saw I have for the fruit tree pruning and It seems just a strong. The blade for this 15" saw is made in Denmark. Pretty solid little saw.
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Nice! Will it cut through bone with no issues?

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Nice! Will it cut through bone with no issues?
The blade that comes with it is really only good for wood, however, I believe theres an optional replacement blade that has finer teeth and that should be able to cut bone farily well.

A friend of mine, an older gent, goes hunting and still uses horses to get into where he wants to go and to get himself and his meat out. He packs a full size bow saw on his horse and has a finer blade for it which he has used to cut bone when needed.


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