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Take-Down Bucksaw

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From cutting the family Christmas tree to clearing the Back 40, this amazingly portable saw is hard to beat.

  • Made of lightweight aluminum tubing
  • Weighs just 1 lb and fits easily in a backpack
  • Designed for rugged wilderness work - 24"L Swedish steel wood blade can cut through a 15" log
  • Assembles in seconds, and packs up just as easily
  • All the parts - blade, bridge and tightening rod - fit snugly inside the handle
  • Lifetime warranty
  • 25"L, 1 lb
  • Made in Canada

Customer Reviews of Take-Down Bucksaw
Product Rating: 4.3 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 9/6/2013
said: couleecreekbill
"This saw is everything I hoped it would be! Lightweight, but sturdy, easy to assemble, and she buzzes thru the pine logs on my property like it's butta! For logs to cut 10 inches or under it sure beats dragging a heavy, nasty and stinky chainsaw up the mountain all the time. This saw is almost perfect! One thing i would recommend, is that this saw could be. manufactured at a larger size. "
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- 5/5/2012
said: Mary V. Pomeroy
"I would give this product 5 stars - but the directions for assembling were very poor(from my stand point). Had a hard time figuring out how to get saw disassembled...............before I took a jack hammer to it - I took off the spring top and voila the thing opened...I called Nova Scotia and told them they needed more directions..1,2,3,4 just didn't hack it for me."
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- 12/27/2009
said: Alan
"This is the classic bucksaw, reinvented with modern materials. Everything packs down inside a single aluminum tube for portability or storage, and once you've reassembled it a couple of times, it goes together in about a minute. A little metal hanging loop locks the components inside the tube during storage, and you have to detach that completely in order to get them out. It's a bit tricky with gloves on. If you drop that little loop in the leaves, of course, you'll also have a heck of a time finding it. That's the only reason this gets four lanterns instead of five, though - everything else in the design is well thought-out. Once it's set up, a thumbscrew tensions the blade, so you can crank it up tightly for good stiffness and no bending or flexing. After that, just keep a relaxed pace, let the saw do the work, and watch it chew through logs at a brisk pace. It's a great tool for limbing and bucking small to medium size trees, and would be a good thing to store in the trunk if you travel through rural areas a lot and might have to deal with fallen logs across the road."
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