I've not seen one like that before. Looks great! Have you ever tried a Silky saw? It's not foldable, but is a wonderful hand saw that cuts with ease. I really like it.
Right now I'm using a 15" Corona to cut down eastern red cedars for poles.
More power to the hand saws!
posted 6 months ago
I have not heard of them... thanks for the tip. I'll check them out.
You can never have too many saws!
That's interesting; I haven't seen saws like that before. I mostly deal with smaller limbs and have been quite happy with how quickly my 15" fiskars pruning saw and pole saw can cut through them. Those have a curved blade which helps to keep the relatively light blade in the cut.
I have a bow saw that I've used for some larger work but found it difficult to keep the cut straight. Maybe something like this would be a better option for me. Thanks for sharing!
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