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    which bone saw

    looking for a breast bone saw any recomendations doing a few reds now so need something ,atb wayne

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    Mate, I have a folding Bahco Laplander which works a treat. I also had a Svcandic (Spelling) which is also good but a bit awkward to carry. Both work well, I like the folder so I can carry it on me for removing pig tusks.

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    thanks for that will have a look at them,atb wayne

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    Here you go the Scanvic in action halving a goat.
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    Dave stretton's breastbone saw is brilliant, have a look at donnington deer management's website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benc View Post
    Dave stretton's breastbone saw is brilliant, have a look at donnington deer management's website.
    That's a cracking hand saw for 20,and he makes them him self.
    http://www.doningtondeermanagement.co.uk/

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    I have a small Sagam saw(spelling). A good bit of kit that's small enough to fit in your thigh pocket. Or a Gerber folding saw comes with two blades. Only put the blades in the dishwasher though.

    Atb

    ​jonathon

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    +1 for the Dave stretton breastbone saw in the field
    ​atb Steve

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    looks like it's dave's then thanks to all that responded,atb wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by mereside View Post
    looks like it's dave's then thanks to all that responded,atb wayne
    Don't do it mate, they are useless on Reds! They are made out of a Ground down boning knife with teeth cut into it. They are ok on small deer and are extremely sharp! The trouble is that they have no offset on the teeth which makes the cutting edge much narrower than the back. On the sternum of a large deer the back of the saw jams preventing the teeth from cutting any further.
    I now use a Sagen II which has a good length of cut. However, the blade is not stainless which makes it slightly higher maintenance.
    MS

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