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    Butchery saw

    I have lost my small saw which had a 4 inch blade and plastic T handle which I used for splitting the sternum. I am sure I bought it through Bushwear but it is no longer advertised in their catalogue.
    Any ideas where I could go to get another one? Many thanks

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    What colour handle did it have?
    Gerber do a black handled one and Sagen do an orange, both which fit your description.
    MS

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    Have a look at moonrakerknives , very very good service. Purchased both my t shaped saws from them. Out of the two, the bush ware one is more comfortable to use.

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    Sagem 2 are good think i got mine from Reeves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howa243 View Post
    Dave Stretton makes them.
    He means the bush saw about 6. DS fixed blade about 36, although they are very good. Leant mine to someone and never got it back!!

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    I got the same saw from Gerber 14

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    We find the OutDoor Edge Flip n Zip saw sells well - nice and slim and orange handle for easy location:




    http://www.monarchcountryproducts.co...&product_id=83

    Regards

    Rob
    www.monarchcountryproducts.co.uk for quality stalking & shooting accessories

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshire Lad View Post
    We find the OutDoor Edge Flip n Zip saw sells well - nice and slim and orange handle for easy location:




    http://www.monarchcountryproducts.co...&product_id=83

    Regards

    Rob
    That looks the ticket Rob.


    nutty

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    Quote Originally Posted by howa243 View Post
    Dave Stretton makes them.
    He does, and they are ok on small animals but don't work on larger ones!
    They are made from a boning knife (teeth ground on the cutting edge) which means that it is almost dangerously sharp, but the back of the blade is thick compared to the cutting edge. The teeth therefore don't cut a path for the back of the blade to follow and the saw just gets stuck in the sternum of a large beast. The teeth need to be either as wide as the blade or 'offset'.
    MS

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