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    Folding Saws

    I like them a bunch. Very handy especially for clearing shooting lanes.

    Fit nice in a fanny or backpack. But, I pretty tough on them. So the cheap ones are just that.

    Searching for "best" folding saw I learned of Silky Saw. I got one a few weeks ago,but haven't used it yet.

    But, it looks like a tank compared to my previous ones.

    #2
    Funny you should mention it. I just saw this at Harbor Freight for $5.99..

    http://www.harborfreight.com/8-inch-...saw-97343.html



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      #3
      A good review of several brands. I actually bought two from Dollar General after watching this a few years ago.

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        #4
        Handy dandy aren't they?

        I learned of a break down bow saw on some survival site. So I got it and was impressed. The blade slides into the handle and the arms fold down.

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          #5
          Just throw one in your pack and forget about it. They make life a lot easier.
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            #6
            i dunt leave home with out one.....

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              #7
              The Fiskars and Corona folding saws last quite a while for me. I have several. I see guys spending a hundred bucks on a folding saw and I just shake my head. I've got a pretty gnarly scar on my left index finger from where I damned near cut it off with a Fiskars folding saw. Doctor said another 1/8" and it would have been a gonner.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Harvey_Wideshaft View Post
                The Fiskars and Corona folding saws last quite a while for me. I have several. I see guys spending a hundred bucks on a folding saw and I just shake my head. I've got a pretty gnarly scar on my left index finger from where I damned near cut it off with a Fiskars folding saw. Doctor said another 1/8" and it would have been a gonner.
                I thought about Fiskars but they look like the ones I had before.

                Some of them actually came a part. Another a two bladed one, both blades got bent bad and was a pain to open or close even after trying to straighten them.

                Anyway, as I said I'm pretty rough on them.

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                  #9
                  I used the Fiskars and Corona saws when I owned a landscaping company. I never had any problem and they were used daily and thrown in a bucket at the end of the day. Rust was my only issue, and that was my fault.

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                    #10
                    Silky saw have some excellent reviews and the Bahco laplander is popular thanks to Mr Ray Mears, myself I've used various "budget" folding saws my favourite is a retractable by Wilkinsonsword....

                    Small, lightweight, wicked sharp and reliable.

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                      #11
                      Talon +1 on the Harbor Freight saws. I have them in my bag, truck, and scattered about. They are cheap, but they are work.
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by bowclan View Post
                        I like them a bunch. Very handy especially for clearing shooting lanes.

                        Fit nice in a fanny or backpack. But, I pretty tough on them. So the cheap ones are just that.

                        Searching for "best" folding saw I learned of Silky Saw. I got one a few weeks ago,but haven't used it yet.

                        But, it looks like a tank compared to my previous ones.
                        I have a Silky. It is so much better than any other on I ever used.... Will never go back.....
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                          #13
                          I used my Corona folding saw and my Corona pole saw today to limb some Spruces up. My front yard is really starting to look good. The neighbors have been stopping by to thank me. Apparently no one has taken care of this place in some time, and it used to be the nicest yard in the neighborhood.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Harvey_Wideshaft View Post
                            I used my Corona folding saw and my Corona pole saw today to limb some Spruces up. My front yard is really starting to look good. The neighbors have been stopping by to thank me. Apparently no one has taken care of this place in some time, and it used to be the nicest yard in the neighborhood.
                            That's good. Getting compliments just makes it that much more rewarding for doing a good job.

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                              #15
                              One neighbor said today that she thought the last people were in the witness protection program, because no one was ever outside.

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