A bone saw is a tool that is used to cut through bone. It is often used in field dressing, as it can be used to remove the skin and flesh from an animal carcass. This can be a useful tool when butchering an animal, as it can help to remove the meat from the bone in a more efficient manner.
20 Best Bone Saw For Field Dressing
1. Silky Gomboy Professional Folding Saw Blade Medium
Clear plastic hinged carrying case.
Blade length; 210mm, 240mm, 270mm, 300.
Clear plastic hinged carrying case for storage and carrying is included.
Product applications include pruning & trimming, lawn & garden, construction.
Silky GomBoy Professional Folding Saw 210mm Medium Teeth Brand Silky Item Dimensions LxWxH 17. 5 x 2. 4 x 0. 8 inches Color Black Power Source Corded-electric Item Weight 0. 65 Pounds With refined Japanese cutting technology and fitting a myriad of applications, it’s not surprising that the GOMBOY Professional is Silky’s #1 selling saw worldwide.
Precision-ground, impulse-hardened teeth, matched with a premium Japanese handle, the GOMBOY Professional offers superior performance and ergonomics, unmatched by any other same size folding saws on the market.
8. 3-inch (210mm) blade length, 8. 5 teeth per inch (10 teeth per 30mm) teeth configuration Clear plastic hinged carrying case for storage and carrying is included Product applications include pruning & trimming, lawn & garden, construction 9 1/2″ closed.
8 1/2″ (210mm) SK4 high carbon steel blade with medium teeth. Utilizes proprietary MIRAI-ME (Smooth Cutting) Technology. Blade thickness 1. 2mm. Aluminum handles with black Gum non-slip rubberized only offers a sure grip.
Ideal for pruning as well as cutting dry, hard wood. Clear composition belt storage case with hinged top.
Takes a while to get used to the different motion compared with a Bacho Lander. The cut is oh, so smooth you would think someone sanded it. First cut through 16cm of a recently downed Silver Birch trunk took 10 minutes.
Second cut after I figured out how to use it took 3 minutes and I barely broke a sweat. The trick is (as the instructions say) to let the saw do the work. The more pressure I thought I would have to apply, the slower it cut.
The more relaxed I was, the quicker it cut. I wouldn’t recommend punishing the saw like I did on test, over a long period of time though, as it goes beyond it’s design specifications. However, it is testiment to how the blade would perform if needed.
Excellent quality saw. Comfortable grip, easy cutting, and long lasting. I’ve had a silky for years at this point, I wouldn’t want a different saw. The pull cut is just too smooth and effortless. I bought this one for my mom to replace her large lopping shears.
She loves it. It’s much easier to use for long periods and it doesn’t require straining your joints or your tools trying to cut branches that are too big for them.
Amazing quality for the price! I am currently building acoustic panels and needed sturdy, practical sawhorses to lay a lot of wood and do a ton of cutting on. These have been fantastic to use. They are reliable, sturdy, and solid.
Each sawhorse even has textured surfaces on the topside to help make it non-slip for wood or whatever material you’re cutting. The flaps that fold out make it easy for me to lay several pieces of cut wood, and the large notches on each corner of the sawhorses make it easy for me to lay large wood planks in across both sawhorses, to form a large square and lay a large piece of wood on top of both if I need to cut something larger than 5’x5’ for example.
And when you’re all done, just fold yo the legs and tuck them away in your garage! They take up very little space. Fantastic buy and value, can’t say enough about what a great value these are to have.
You will notice I am not the only one with this exact issue. I had a level load of plywood totaling roughly 1500lbs. My lead carpenter snapped a line on the top piece and as soon as the weight of his saw (15lb Hypoid) was added, the horses collapsed.
Thankfully he was able to get out of the way before serious injury. I reached out to Toughbuilt (took 3 tries to even get a response) and my warranty was denied. By using the sawhorses for the intended purpose, I was told it is not covered under their LIMITED warranty.
How limited is it? Products aren’t supposed to be used for their intended purpose? I’m baffled by the avoidance Toughbuilt has taken in this situation. No tool company has ever denied a claim (few and far between anyways).
I have a TON of Toughbuilt stuff, totes, wide mouth bags and about 10 different pouches. Obviously I will not be using any Toughbuilt products anymore. Buyer beware!.
Compact lightweight folding saw with 5-inch blade that will take up very little room in your pocket or backpack. Nicknamed as Little Giant due to its extraordinary cutting capacity. This sleek saw features rust-resistant, hard chrome-plated, taper-ground blade with an impulse-hardened non-set tooth design for greater cutting efficiency.
Utilizes proprietary Silky MIRAI-ME (Smooth Cutting) Technology – The Teeth of the Future! The precision-ground, razor sharp blade provide fast, clean and smooth cutting. The blade locks securely into one of two open positions, in line with the handle and flush cutting.
The blade resists the effects of tree resin and easily wipes clean. The non-slip rubberized handle provides a sure and comfortable grip even in the most difficult operating conditions. Exceptional design, strength, balance and superior finish quality.
Clear plastic flip-lock carrying case with belt clip is included. An ideal saw for your glove box or to carry on hikes.
I bought the Silky Pocket Boy saw to take with me for camping out and bushcraft because of its small, packable size. Its a pull-saw, cuts extremely smoothly and takes little time to process firewood or cut poles to size.
The blade is replaceable should it become blunted but will last a long time if looked after. I definitely recommend including one in your pack.
I have once been able to buy Silky PocketBoy 130mm in our country, but it was only one time offer and no other Silky saws were sold in our country from then. The saw was exceptional. Almost no effort was put when sawing/pruning a tree.
One only needs to get a feel how Japanese saws work (they saw only in one direction, which is a really smart design as this protects saw from bending or breaking). And even though they saw only in one direction they are much more effective than other 2 way saws.
After short amount of time, my father was able to break the saw. TWICE! The first time only the tip was broken off and the second time it was broken in two pieces. This was because he was not listening to my advice on how to saw with a proper Japanese saw: only in one direction! And another advice he did not want to listen to is that you should make an undercut with saw when sawing (especially bigger branches) (this is also safer cut for a tree) as this prevents saw from binding, bending and breaking! I was then unable to find another Silky saw in our country, so I tested some other “Japanese” saws (e.
g. ARS), but they were really horrible. The blade did not stay locked, the teeth crushed away after normal and proper use, some strange/weak metal was used for blade, the teeth were not the widest part of blade (more resistance/binding when sawing), the Blade holding screw was unscrewing, the handle did not feel robust (very light/weak material).
I could not stand it so I checked on eBay if I am able to source Silky Saw and I found a bigger one: PocketBoy 170mm, which is for my needs an ideal size. When the saw arrived I immediately went out and sawed a tree branch and the feeling of a quality made Japanese blade came back.
I love this tool. Use it for pruning and hedgelaying. It’s so smooth and sharp the pruning cuts are very clean leaving less chance of infection to my trees. I like it so much and use it in conjunction with my billhook; that I’m making a sheath for them to use together.
It does come in a protective box which attatched to the belt, although it can detach at the clip so a leather friction sheath is much better. This is a truly beautiful tool to use and used with respect I think it will be good for many years.
My sheath is not finished but I’ll include a pic pre staining and finishing anyway to show how well it fits.
The Silky SUGOI saw has a uniquely shaped curved blade with a non-slip rubber handle. The 360mm scabbard features an easily replaceable plastic insert, both scabbards can be attached to the belt or to the leg by leg belts.
360mm blade lengths, 6. 5 teeth per 30mm, Custom high-visibility yellow plastic sheath with belt clip is included, Designed to have replaceable blades. The Sugoi is a professional, heavy-duty curved pruning saw for cutting large branches.
It offers a genuine alternative to using a small chainsaw. The word Sugoi actually means Incredible in Japanese. The curved blade offers greater cutting speed with less effort while the aggressive tooth pattern is ideal for pruning larger branches.
The Sugoi uses proprietary Mirai-Me (Smooth Cutting) Technology The teeth of the future! There are 2 blade sizes available 360mm or 420mm, and the teeth ratio is relatively coarse with 6. 5 teeth per 30mm.
The saw has a large grooved rubber handle which is comfortable to hold, reduces vibration and provides superior grip in wet and cold conditions. Every Sugoi comes with a custom made bright yellow scabbard with a D ring attachment and slots for leg straps if required.
The saws are designed to have replaceable blades and all other parts are also available. Sugoi blades can be re-sharpened for longer life.
What would I do without this thing?! Waste a ton of saw gas and bar oil, that’s what. I’ve named it Sting. I wind up having to clear a LOT of downed trees out of the roads I drive for work. The sugoi is safer and faster than using an ax, and I’ve been able to forego the noise and hassle of a chainsaw completely for most downed trees less than 5-6″ in diameter.
I use this to limb larger down trees before firing up the buzzsaw. Heck, if you were willing to put in the time and effort, you could probably saw through a 15″ log with this. Unlike bow saws, (which I’ve always found infuriatingly useless) I’ve never had it get bound up badly enough that I couldn’t immediately free it with very little effort and keep working.
So far it’s stayed very sharp with a ton of hard use the past couple months.
This saw is great. Cuts like butter with very little effort. Will also easily strap to the side of my TAD. I also have the Katanaboy 650. Both are serious tools and we’ll worth the money. Sometimes it’s nice not having to grab the chainsaw.
Best-selling, professional, heavy-duty hand saw with an 11-4/5-inch, curved, mono-constructed blade. Features rust-resistant, hard chrome-plated, taper-ground curved blade with an impulse-hardened non-set tooth design.
Curved blade provides greater cutting speed with less effort. Utilizes proprietary Silky MIRAI-ME (Smooth Cutting) Technology – The Teeth of the Future! The precision-ground, razor sharp blade with four cutting angles provide fast, clean and extremely smooth cutting action.
The hard chrome-plated blade has 6. 5 teeth per inch, resists rust and effects of tree resin, and wipes clean easily. Molded-rubber handle holds the high-performance fast-cutting curved blade that fits securely inside its custom-fitted, pivoting, black polypropylene sheath with detachable belt holder.
Great combination of high performance curved blade with a comfortable sure-grip handle that really sticks in your hands. Exceptional design, strength, balance and superior finish quality. Suitable for all pruning tasks and cutting large branches.
Limited lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship
Garden Tool Category
Reviews From Real Customers
It is a well rounded, overall dependable saw. Anywhere from professional arborist to survivalist, you will havr great use for an extended period of time. It is also is very accessible because of the new scabbard design.
I couldn’t really add anything that would make it better. The only thing that another hand saw may have on it is maybe a longer curved handle. And that’s a big maybe.
I bought saw after seeing it being used by professional tree surgeons and having a chance to use it on a sizeable tree. The draw cut is simple and less effort than the traditional push cut. The slightly curved blade is easy to use and allows clean cut in a confined space.
The belt mounted scabbard-like holder clips the blade in securely – useful when both hands are needed mid-job. It’s a shame that virtually everything is black. The older version I tried had a red handle which was easier to see.
Case Peanut is about 2 7/8 inches long (folded/closed) and weighs approximately 1. 5 ounces. The handle is saw cut jigged Blue bone with an oval Blue Ford inlay shield. The bolsters are highly polished nickel silver.
This knife utilizes a 2 1/8″ clip blade and 1 1/2″ pen blade. Stamped with pattern number 6220 SS, the blade material is true-sharp surgical stainless steel.
Made this purchase, Case Knife for a Veteran friend, that is dyeing of cancer. He was never able to afford a Case. It was an honor to be able to give something to someone who deserved it in every way.
Good medicine. He still can not believe a went to the trouble to get one for him. This was in my price range, only wish I could have had more funds to buy an even better one. It was the thought that made him so happy.
Thanks so much for helping me find one that I could give him with dignity. Sincerely; Jimbo630.
Not much to say other than it’s razor sharp(shaved arm hair first day out the box). It’s also a really nice blue bone handle. The inner is navy and the outer is a light blue like a hippy blue lol. It’s also my first Case product(As well as first USA knife) and blue is also the color of Law Enforcement, which I love and have a passion for.
Not gonna lie, I debated whether to buy this as I’m tight on a college budget, but I figure if I’m gonna use my budget money, it’s gonna be for a American made knife.
Case has apparently eliminated the final step in sharpening, maybe in an effort to save money. When I bought one of these jack knives years ago, it was darn near perfect and the blade had a nice polished edge.
The final grind on both blades on this one is sharp, but quite rough and there is still a burr on the edge. Come on Case, the cost of another minute on a finer stone or belt surely shouldn’t cost any more.
Ryoba Double Edge RazorSaw for Hardwoods is designed for cutting hard or abrasive woods such as maple, oak, teak and exotic hardwoods. The teeth are impulse hardened for extended wear. Blades can be interchanged and a brochure detailing use is included with each saw.
Japanese woodworking saws (Noko Giri) are unique in that they cut on the pull stroke.
I first found out about this saw while watching a YouTube video totally unrelated to the saw. The person using the saw cut a thin, long, lengthwise section off a piece of 1×4 board without using a guide.
He merely followed a pencil line. I was astonished as to how straight and how easily he made the thin cut. Im sure you DIY enthusiasts know how hard that would be for an amateur with a US-made saw. I immediately googled the saw then searched Amazon.
I only found a smaller version of it so I searched eBay until I found the size I wanted. I tried it as soon as I received it and it met all my expectations. My only complaint is I lost track of it for seven days when it reached the USPS facility in LA but that was USPS and not the seller.
I love this Japanese Razor pull saw and this 240mm size is good for carpentry. Lets you make quick, safe and precise cuts in places you can’t get a power saw into. For cabinet work I prefer the slightly shorter, finer pitched 210mm size.
If the blade was longer it would be nicer. This saw was built by japanese for japanese. Saying that, the average height of a Japanese man is 5′ 8″. This was ok for me, because that happens to be my height.
Even with that, I would prefer a longer blade. Why did I buy a Japanese saw? I cannot find a source for a rip saw, nor a cross-cut saw. I can find saw, but not rip or cross-cut. The japanese saw is the only saw I can find where I can get a rip or cross-cut saw.
This saw has both on the blade, excellent. Using this saw is little bit different than American saw. The saw I have is designed to cut on the draw back, and when you draw back you go with gravity. The western saw also cuts on the draw back, but you cut up away from gravity.
I learned this from a tutorial. The blade is of good quality. It sharpens the same as American saw.
General purpose rough cut handsaw with sharp tooth technology. Features molded handle for comfortable grip and 9 points per inch. Custom handle allows for the blade back to be used as a 90 degree and 45 degree straight edge for quicker cuts.
Fast cuts on push and pull strokes with precision ground, razor sharp teeth.
I was very happy to receive this Stanley Tradecut 15 inch saw to trial and give my opinion. I do wood work with mostly hand tools. This is a great hand saw which is exactly what I expect from Stanley.
The 15 inch size has a great blade to handle ratio. The handle is ergonomically designed for comfort in the large hands of my husband or my own small hands. There are 45 and 90 degree blade markings.
The triple ground teeth make for a clean cut with equal ease on the pull and push. It also has a grooved index finger placement for ensuring straight cuts. I don’t use it but for those who do this is a nice feature.
This saw can NOT be sharpened. But with regular use, I don’t think there would be a need to do so. There are no visible screws on the handle to secure the blade. Whether that positively or negatively affects the overall durability, I can’t say.
I’ve used mine numerous times now on a variety of woods, including maple, pine, oak, and even tiger wood. It cuts clean and straight every time. It’s the perfect size for me because it’s large enough to handle big and thick cuts without the saw feeling unwieldy to carry or use.
Overall, I would highly recommend this Stanley Tradcut 15 inch saw as a basic staple for anyone that uses hand tools.
Great saw for the price. Especially that it’s made in Denmark. I saw that, and thought “wow Stanley, we’re getting fancy now!”. So right off the bat, the fact that it also cuts on the pull stroke made it easier to get my cut located and started than with traditional saws.
The handle is plenty comfortable. I was able to hold it in a lot of different ways, sometimes using just one hand and sometimes using both hands. I cut a piece of hard maple in half for the photos and it handled that just fine, so you know it will really fly through softer woods like fir and pine.
I found the saw quite easy to control and stay on the pencil line I had drawn on the wood. I haven’t tried it on PVC, but I imagine it would do just fine. Seems like nice quality for the price. I have a lot of panel saws, but I’m going to be gravitating to this one now.
It’s a smart size. As a bonus, Stanley incorporated a simple, yet effective square into this saw, using the non toothed edge of the saws blade as the squares straight edge, and the saws handle as both the 90 and 45 degree edges.
Quite clever, and it works well. You have to be more careful to make sure you’re getting the 45 degree lined up correctly, but it’s not difficult. I’m really glad Stanley has the confidence in their customers to use these bonus features.
I also like the hole at the tip end for hanging the saw.
This saw has a thicker blade than most of my hand saws at 0. 038” thick while most of my other saws are less than 0. 024” in thickness. You can notice the thickness when you first pickup the saw. This helps in a straight cut but is more to prevent bending or binding of the blade when sawing.
The kerf of the saw is approximately 0. 095”. The saw cuts fast, but to maximize the cutting speed you need to work on your technique because the saw cuts on both the pull (like a Japanese style saw) and on the push stroke.
The teeth are induction hardened which should allow for longer life of the saw (up to 8 times longer than non-hardened teeth). The only catch with induction hardened teeth is re-sharpening can be hard if not impossible, like a Japanese style saw you replace the blade you do not re sharpen the blade.
The saw does leave a rough cut, but for rough carpentry and a saw for your take anywhere toolbox it should do the trick. The handgrip which is comfortable with a rubberized palm also doubles as a square with the back of the blade allowing you to quickly draw a 90 or 45 degree line without reaching for another tool.
All in all, this saw should make a welcomed addition to your tool set.
Constructed of hardened, tempered steel that won’t bend or flex Double-edged design for speed and easy direction changes 7 TPI and staggered rows prevent blade clogging Sharp tip for plunge cuts Nonslip handle for comfort and control Cut through wallboard, drywall and other synthetic building materials quickly and accurately with this double edged wallboard saw.
The tempered steel construction of the wallboard saw blade won’t bend or flex and provides a smooth, clean cut for remodeling, rebuilding or construction jobs. An innovative double-edged design and sharp tip allow for plunge cuts and speed without sacrificing precision for professional cutting results!.
I like this saw for several reasons not most important is the price, which is great but the double edge saw makes it easy to penetrate through wallboard with ease and very easy to use and navigate as well.
I like that it takes little to no effort in making cuts. I have other hand held saws that are at least double in price, but that don’t cut as well. I have also used this on cedar, oak, maple, and pine wood boxes and blocks for trimming and expanding insertion holes.
Even though it is a coarse saw I have used in on some finishing work. Would highly recommend. Very useful and handy tool and it is definitely going in my ready to go tool bag.
Sharptooth technology cuts on push and pull strokes and is up to 50% faster than traditional tooth designs slip-resistant handle is designed for strength and durability. Sharpened tip punches through drywall with ease hardened tempered blade for increased cutting life.
Wear safety goggles. Teeth are extremely sharp. Handle carefully. Handle does not provide protection against electrical shock. Disconnect power when using tools near live wires or where there may be hidden wiring.
Reviews From Real Customers
This is a fantastic jab saw. My favorite part of it is the handle – very ergonomic. You can use this without cramping up your hand. I also like the handle material. It is not quite soft, but not hard either – slip resistant without being squishy.
Perfect! Stanley got it right on this one. All the features you could want – triple ground teeth, a hardened tip for punching through drywall, and holes for expelling the sawdust from the kerf. This is a must for plumbing, electrical, drywall.
An essential must have tool that belongs on every tool belt. If I were to offer any criticism at all it would be the lack of a snap on sheath / blade guard because this thing is wickedly sharp right out of the package.
You may want to split a piece of pex tubing or something to put over the edge. Great saw.
Used only once so far to cut a hole in a lathe and plaster ceiling to fit a brace for a chandelier. Blade quite stiff and sharp and with the fatter handle made the job easier without too much mess. It would be perfect for plasterboard.
Scabbard essential for personal protection and blade itself.
The patented Butt Out 2 makes field dressing easy by allowing hunters to quick disconnect the anal alimentary canal from deer and other similar-size big game. The Butt Out 2 is an extra 2″ longer than the original, making it easier to maintain a firm grip on the handle during field dressing chores.
The enhanced “Butt Stop” feature molded into the handle makes it easier to keep the Butt Out inserted to the proper length when removing the animal’s alimentary canal. The Butt Out 2 works for deer, antelope, bear, hogs, and similar-sized big game.
Simply insert the Butt Out 2 into the animal’s alimentary canal, twist and pull to remove a portion of the intestine, which can then be tied off and removed. This eliminates having to cut around the area with a knife, making the field dressing process quicker, safer, and easier.
As titled. Works as advertised and cleans up easily. Ive given several people this tool as a gift. All have liked it very much. Definitely worth the space in your pack. The plastic of this newer version seems like it might be a bit more brittle? Ill keep the smaller one around as a back up.
I’ve always struggled with the butt-hole – tried this for the first time on a whitetailed deer this week, and it worked perfectly! Seriously, its so easy, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS though. Every video on youtube (except a couple) shows them using this thing wrong, why even make a video then ? geez.
Featuring the Big Game Skinner and MANO hunting knife injection molding combo pack. Two knives that are revolutionizing the hunting and fishing world, designed and invented by avid hunter and fisherman Rick Grover.
Featuring lightweight, easy grip handle, stainless steel blades, and a survival compartment. This multi-functional knife will change the way you process game. The Combo back comes with the Injection Molding Big Game Skinner and MANO knives and 1 blade for each knife.
At just over 4 oz. each and with the new housing design to accommodate your index finger. You will have more control for precision cutting. These knives take processing game to the next level. The Mano guard will house the original Mano blade and the new 5 inch Mano.
Comes with one blade for each. Marine, 5 inch Mano and saw blades must be ordered separately.
I have been using Raptorazor Knives for 3 seasons and I honestly can say I would not use any other product for skinning, dressing and quartering my game. These knives first are by far the sharpest in the industry.
I have the scars to prove it because I’m clumsy. lol! But the time they save me when I am dressing a deer or skinning a turkey is priceless. Not to mention the T-handle concept allows you to have full control of the knife when in use.
The MAKO and the razor thin blade allows you to get into those joints and separate the quarters of an animal for packing and processing. The Big Game Skinner has the gut hook for opening your games and also creating that seem to cape and dress your deer.
The opposite side is perfect for skinning either lying down in the field or hanging at home. And packing them in your bag is easy with the carry case you can get that neatly organizes two handle, the MAKO and Big Game Skinner and extra blades.
And you can even put the saw blade on and use it in that capacity. Versatile, razor sharp, excellent price for what you receive and ease of use and changing of blades when necessary. I will never head to the field without my Raptorazor Knives and I purchase a set for each member of the team as well! Thank you Raptorazor! Dennis Ganc Host | Wild Bout Huntin.
I’m not completely happy with the injection molded version. I wish I had an aluminum one. It was a gift. I have used it several time on whitetail and it jumps out of the hide. Also, hair gets jammed in the housing.
Everything is tight. I take it apart every use for cleaning and re assemble. I wish I had the aluminum one. The plastic isn’t heavy or rigid enough.
When I first received these knives my first thought was wow these knives are comfortable to hold and they are super sharp. A week after I received these knives I harvested a whitetail buck and finally got my first chance to try out this amazing product.
My first thought off the initial cut was “man are these knives sharp and easy to use” it made cleaning my deer a lot easier. I would highly recommend Raptorazor knives to everyone.
Sharp tree sawIf you use the handsaw a lot, it will soon become blunt. This is not conducive to the sawing results. The saw teeth of the Felco 600 tree saw are treated with impulses and heat so that they stay sharp longer and you can cut through longer.
SpecificationsThe Felco 600 tree saw is equipped with an anti-slip handle so you have more grip on the saw. The working length is 16 centimeters and effortlessly cuts through a young tree with a diameter of 5 centimeters.
The teeth of the saw are positioned so that jamming is almost impossible. That way you can work efficiently!.
This is a super bit of kit ideal for accessing those difficult branches. The draw sawing action makes the action so much safer for the plant and is incredibly efficient on both green and dead wood. Highly recommended.
I have used many of these saws over the years. The saw is sharp, comfortable in the hand, and cuts very well on the draw stroke, but it has a severe design flaw. Several years ago Felco changed the blade lock from a wire loop that locked the blade in the open position to a black plastic locking tab on the top of the handle where it joins the blade.
This tab is very flimsy and can break easily and fall off. The saw will still function with a missing locking tab, but an unlocked blade can close and injure the operator’s hand. I have had the plastic locking tab fail in approximately a dozen of these saws.
Felco should have addressed this design flaw and corrected it long ago. The saws that I use get heavy use but not abuse. The old Felco hand saw that had the wire lock was much less “high-tech” but was more durable than the newer model.
Hardened tempered and set blade. FatMax cuts up to 50% faster than traditional tooth designs. Extra large handle with ergonomic rubberized-grip over traditional wood. Blade Length: 15″, points per inch: 10 PPI, handle material: wood, rubberized grip, tooth per inch (TPI): 9, aggressive tooth Handsaw.
Warning: Wear safety goggles, teeth are extremely sharp, handle carefully.
Reviews From Real Customers
I have not used the recently purchased one yet. If it is good as the ones I have owned previously it will be fantastic. They were fast cutting very sharp saws. You did not want to hit the teeth with a bare hand as blood would flow.
The problem these days is that I could not find one in any store. All I could find was the longer finer toothed saws which I was not looking for. I had to go online to purchase one. Another problem is that I could not find any one that could sharpen them.
When they got dull I bought a new one. The dull ones were put in my trapping basket for use on the trap line. Please do not put me on any list that will bombard me with adds and emails.
This saw has exceeded my expectations since the day my Wonderful Wife bought it for me. I have used it dozens of times, and believe me, I’m hard on all my tools. After all this time it’s held up better than all my other saws and it is still sharp and performs like new.
One regret, my grandfather passed away about fifty years ago, he had this incredibly cool Stanley wooden rectangular portable tool box full of a Stanley tools. what I would do to have back.
If I’m doing large projects (cutting a 4×8 panel into parts or working on a deck) I use a circular saw, but for small projects or to just shorten a 2×4 I reach for this saw. The teeth are “aggressively” cut.
This means they make fast work doing cross or rip cuts but they also leave a lot of tear out. This is not the saw for cutting laminate or plywood. But for rough work such as cutting dimensional lumber down to size, this is a great saw.
The teeth are hardened steel, so they stay sharp for a long time but can’t be sharpened. Stanley didn’t include a blade guard with the saw. The guard is very helpful for a saw that shares a toolbox with other tools that can bounce around and damage the teeth.
MDF will dull a blade quickly because of all the glue, but this saw has remained sharp even though I use this saw on a lot of MDF shelving. I’ve also used it for cutting tree branches, and the coating on the blade made sap clean up easy with just soap and water (instead of oven cleaner).
If you have a quick cut to make or simply aren’t in the mood for a loud power tool, you’ll find yourself reaching for this saw regularly whether you’re at the workbench or fixing something in the attic.
(I’m only giving the saw four stars for durability because it can’t be resharpened. ).
The Ryoba saw is a traditional Japanese carpenters saw. 1 side is used for rip cutting, the other for cross cutting, and the both cut on the pull stroke. Handle is fully bamboo wrapped and this saw has a replaceable blade as well.
Teeth on the 240mm blade are hardened for extra long life.
Scope of supply HW universal saw blade W 32 3 x splinter protection angle stop dust extraction set safety push stick storage compartment for accessories support with transport roller operating tools in box Product description Large, strong – and without compromise.
Powerful work thanks to the 2200 watt universal motor 70 mm cutting depth for even more application possibilities Fast conversion from longitudinal to crosscut with the angle stop Smear-free on both sides thanks to trailing splinter protection Clear and optimally arranged controls Surrounding V-groove profile for inserting the corner stop Can be expanded as a sawing station with extensive accessories Crosscut cuts up to 320 mm wide With 45 crosscut cuts up to 226 mm wide Sawing longitudinally up to a cutting height of 70 mm Corner saw cuts from -2 to 47 thanks to the tiltable saw blade Concealed saw cuts thanks to the sinkable riving knife – without extension Festool cs 70 ebg precisio pull and trimmer.
This thing rocks ! Get the table extensions and the rip fence with your order and save on shipping! I might be the only guy in the US with this thing , so smooth and easy set-up, dust collection is really good ! 220 power , I use a converter some times in the field , no problem.
Full power perfectly under control. Strengths and benefits * Tool-less FastFix saw blade changes * Multifunction handle: one handle with all functions integrated * Change quickly from rip to cross cuts with the angle stop * Moving splinterguard for splinter-free cuts on both sides * Surrounding V groove for locating angle stops * Can be upgraded to a sawing station by adding an extensive range of accessories * Saw blade holder (accessory): saw blades and splinterguard always within easy reach Main areas of use * Draw the saw blade for quick, precise cross cuts up to 300 mm wide * Cross cuts up to 200 mm wide at 45° * Rip cuts up to a depth of 52 mm * Tilting saw blade for angled cuts between -2° and 47° * Retractable spacer wedge for hidden cuts – removal not necessary Items included: HW universal saw blade W32, angle stop, 3 x splinterguard, workpiece holder, accessories holder, hex key, WAF 6, in carton NOTE This product is equipped with Schuko Plug (CEE 7/4) and operates at 220-240V.
The Festool Precisio CS 50 190mm table saw (240v) is ideal for applications where the nature of the work constantly changes, e. g. assembly tasks. It has low weight and transport rollers for excellent mobility, plus folding legs for instant set-up.
Festool. Our Passion For High-Quality Power Tools Has Continued For More Than 90 Years. Our Products Make Life Easier For Professional Tradespeople – And Help Them To Achieve Perfect Results Faster. What’s in the box 1 x Trimming Saw Cs 50 Ebg-Set.
Our dovetail saws are an innovative blend of tradition and technology, incorporating the critical characteristics of a classic fine joinery saw but made using modern production processes and state-of-the-art materials.
The spine is molded from an advanced material incorporating stainless-steel powder for weight, glass fiber for stiffness, and a polymer resin binder. An over-molded blade and stainless-steel handle-mounting bolt creates a solid blade/spine/mount assembly.
A single brass fastener secures the hardwood handle. Made of high-carbon steel, the blade is 9 1/4″ long and 0. 020″ thick, with a cut depth of about 1 9/16″. The teeth, set 0. 003″ per side, have a rake angle of 14° and an included angle of 60°.
The blades have 14 or 20 rip-cut teeth per inch. The 14 tpi model is most efficient on stock thicker than 1/2″ Comfortable and well balanced, each saw is 14 1/4″ long overall. Patented. Made in Canada.
There is nothing that comes close at this price point and it matches anything from more expensive saw makers. Once a saw needs sharpening it will only be as good as the person’s skill who sharpened it, whether it cost £10 or £1000, anyway.
Out of the box it came sharp, well set and has the most comfortable handle of any of my saws. Get one, you’ll be glad you did.
I am thrilled with this saw. It looks futuristic until you take it up. In feel and operation this saw seems to come from a different, more proud era of woodworking. The only downside is that now I am looking at the whole Veritas range with envious eyes, and making my plans accordingly !.
It’s nice, but it’s not as nice as the Japanese double-sided thin-bladed saw that I purchased from Axminster at the same time, which is terrific. I’m afraid the one you have asked me to review is fine, but not getting much of a look-in! Your further questions ask me if I read reviews of the product before purchase.
I really can’t recall, however, your review doesn’t allow for this, so whatever answer is there may well be wrong.
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