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Bite like a tiger.
The titanium-coated 440C stainless steel blade of Ultimate Survival Technologies' SaberCut Field Saw blows through branches, small logs, and brush like they aren't even there, and won't dull or rust after serious use. When you whip it out of the nylon sheath, the thermoplastic rubber handle will sit securely in your hand while you put together a campsite, build a lean-to, or just have a sawing competition with your camp buddies.
- Titanium-coated 440C stainless steel blade
- Thermoplastic rubber handle
- Nylon sheath
- Secure locking design
- Item #UST000C
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UST Sabercut Field Saw 7.0
The Ultimate Survival Gear Sabercut Field Saw 7.0 is a rugged, compact, and lightweight, this is a saw that is easy to bring along on every adventure.
Okay bad reviews no problem.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
So I bought this even though I seen the bad reviews! So when I got it in I had to go try it! Well I was surprised how tuff this little saw is.....Here is what you have to keep in mind. You have to let the saw do the work. If you try to force it the teeth will just dig in and bind up. It should be effortless. Don't push down!!! Just grab the branch with one hand and the saw in the other. Place the saw on the branch and pull back and forth. No pressure or down force and the teeth will chew though just about anything. If you try and cut the branch in just a few short stroke like you would with a normal saw that is not trying to save weight ;) you will be very frustrated......The teeth are very sharp like needles....What is the old saying smooth is fast....fast is smooth!!!
A good saw, but....
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I like the saw, especially the weight and the grip. The problem lies in the cutting edge. I used this saw to trim dead fir branches around a campsite last month and it was more work than I expected. The teeth pattern caused the saw to keep sticking and I had to use both hands to push/pull the saw through. A lot of effort with little progress, especially since you like to use one hand to bend the branches for easier cutting. The next day we tried to use the saw to cut a path through heavy brush around a river falls. Although the blade didn't stick as much as with dead wood it still required both hands to make a full cut and the smallish teeth took more time than I expected. Bottom line --- not a good tool for camping and trail blazing.
whats the weight?
whats the weight?
The weight is 325 grams for the 7 inch blade and will only very slightly for the other sizes.