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LogJaw™ Tool

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"Bites" onto logs and grips tightly while you haul them easily. Simple to use: jam into the cut end of log, lift up on the handle and carry. Tip down to release. Use one tool to drag logs, or one on each end to quickly and easily carry large logs. Bright red color means you’ll find it easily if it’s dropped in the brush or laid on the ground.
  • Tested up to 1,000 lb
  • Precision cast steel, with three sharp "teeth"
  • Comfortable handle
  • 12"L
  • 3 lb
  • 100% USA made

Buy 2 or more for $70 each!

LogJaw™ Tool

"Bites" onto logs and grips tightly while you haul them easily. Simple to use: jam into the cut end of log, lift up on the handle and carry. Tip down to release. Use one tool to drag logs, or one on each end to quickly and easily carry large logs. Bright red color means you’ll find it easily if it’s dropped in the brush or laid on the ground. <ul> <li>Tested up to 1,000 lb</li> <li>Precision cast steel, with three sharp "teeth" </li> <li>Comfortable handle</li> <li>12"L</li> <li>3 lb</li> <li>100% USA made</li> </ul> <p><strong><span style="color: #cc0000;">Buy 2 or more for $70 each!</span></strong></p> log carrier, log tote, log jaw, log tool, logjaw, log dragger,woodcutting,timberfelling,logging,logging supplies,USA,US,made in US,Made in USA,USA-made,USA made,Made in America,American made,American-made,America

Customer Reviews of LogJaw™ Tool
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(1 reviews)
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- 6/1/2012
said: Alexander
"Normally I don't write reviews, but I had something to say about this tool that I thought might help my fellow wood cutters. First, it's a GREAT tool...well made and surprisingly useful and surprisingly simple. (And guys who just like tools will agree its wicked looking too.) But, the reason I'm writing this and giving it 4 out of 5 lanterns is because of the picture used on the Lehmans website. The text correctly describes its best use as being for handling logs. The picture implies its good for smaller pieces, which I would say its use is only marginal, unless you have larger pieces and you want to use Logjaw on one end to pick it so you don't have to bend over as far to scoop it up. It's best use is as a pair with someone else by far. Just some thoughts to help."
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