I'm looking for something lightweight and not too expensive.
I've got one of those triangluar types from a hardware store, which does the job but is getting a bit old now, maybe a bit heavy and it's not collapsible.
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Posted by: djo on Jun-05-13 6:07 PM (EST)
Mine is about 30 years old and on it third or fourth blade. Works for me.
Ditto on the Sven|
Posted by: briansnat on Aug-26-13 10:51 PM (EST)
Durable and works well. Mine is over 20 years old and still on the original blade.
I have one that has a round handle|
Posted by: jackl on Jun-06-13 6:29 AM (EST)
and folds that is a brush saw. It will cut throuh a three inch limb nicely. I got it at Home Depot for around $15.
Bob Dustrude's Quick Buck|
Posted by: tdcolby on Jun-06-13 10:51 AM (EST)
Available in various lengths
Ditto on the last. NM|
Posted by: kayamedic on Jun-06-13 9:02 PM (EST)
Posted by: natalienass on Jun-12-13 4:21 PM (EST)
I've been using a Sven Saw for many years, for backpacking and clearing hiking trails. Great saw, not too expensive and folds into its own handle.
Aren't you gonna ask about best trowel |
Posted by: ezwater on Jun-15-13 10:25 AM (EST)
for digging a cat hole? );-)>
Posted by: QCHiker on Jun-18-13 7:05 PM (EST)
Go with the wood Fast Bucksaw. It's nice and light, folds up easily and has a good feel to it since it is wood, not metal. Also cuts great
Ditto to Fast Bucksaw|
Posted by: rpg51 on Jul-08-13 7:22 AM (EST)
Best bowel trowel -since you asked|
Posted by: puffingin on Sep-01-13 7:59 AM (EST)
Can't remember where I bought my|
Posted by: bigspencer on Jun-19-13 9:29 AM (EST)
Posted by: DaveRT on Jun-25-13 7:28 PM (EST)
Trailblazer Takedown Tube Saw|
Posted by: RobW on Jun-26-13 12:53 PM (EST)
I've been using one of these for about 8 years now. A blade usually lasts me a couple of seasons and the saw has held up well.
Posted by: Gunney on Jul-04-13 11:17 AM (EST)
The Sven Saw has been around for a while. But it's mediocre due to it's triangular design; you can't get a full cut stroke. 15" saw weighs 16 oz.
Posted by: rblturtle on Jul-04-13 7:39 PM (EST)
I used to use a Sven saw,but was never real crazy about it. I now use a 13in Forester pruning saw I found at my chainsaw dealer. It has a fixed blade and a wood handle. Its set up to cut on the pull stroke rather than the push,and I find it works better for me that way. It's real sharp and cuts fast.
Whichever saw you end up with|
Posted by: rpg51 on Jul-08-13 7:27 AM (EST)
Another vote |
Posted by: QCHiker on Jul-12-13 9:03 PM (EST)
Another vote for the wood Fast Bucksaw. I've got one and love it. Lt wt and assembles easily. Plus isn't cold in your hands if you use it in winter. Blades are easy to come by too.
Get over it|
Posted by: markk on Aug-31-13 7:56 PM (EST)
You're in a canoe. Just take saw (why - lot of drift wood) and relax.