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Hickory Bucksaw

Item #28729
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Proven, age-old design

  • A local Amish craftsman handmakes this beautiful bucksaw for us
  • Made of smoothly finished hickory with mortise and tenon joints
  • Hardened steel blade (1-1/2"Wx28"L) is imported from Germany
  • Blade is razor sharp for fast, easy and accurate cutting
  • Threaded metal rod creates constant tension on blade to keep it taut
  • Rounded corners and beveled edges
  • 24"Hx 32"L, 3-1/2 lb
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HICKORY BUCKSAW DESCRIPTION
"Nicely made... and lighter than I expected. The blade seems to be high quality too and tall enough to cut straight. Definitely worth the money!"--Ronald, a satisfied Lehman's customer

Customer Reviews of Hickory Bucksaw
Product Rating: 3.8 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 3/13/2013
said: Ronald Gallagher
"Nicely made... and lighter than I expected. The blade seems to be high quality too and tall enough to cut straight. Definitely worth the money!"
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- 4/8/2011
said: R. Franceschini
"The Amish Bucksaw cuts quickly through even burrs, knots & splints; it's lightweight, beautifully made, doesn't need oil or gas, the blade doesn't pop off while cutting (chainsaws!) and it starts every time!"
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- 12/16/2012
said: Anonymous User
"Nicely made and easy to use. My only suggestion is that the teeth could use just a bit more set to prevent binding in a few species."
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- 9/23/2012
said: Ken Fine
"Bucksaw has a design weakness. The upper tightening bolt goes through hickory side bars at a spot with about 3/4 in thickness. I got my saw used it for awhile, but saw blade would vibrate. I tightened bolt a little bit and took out vibration of blade. A week later I looked at saw hanging on wall and noticed handle had split. This problem could easily be addressed in production of bucksaw."
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