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Item 154642

3' One Man Crosscut Saw

$174.99

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This large saw is used mostly in forestry work and the crosscutting of large logs, but in recent years it has been purchased by people aiming to cut their own firewood in a more traditional...

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This large saw is used mostly in forestry work and the crosscutting of large logs, but in recent years it has been purchased by people aiming to cut their own firewood in a more traditional fashion. The saw is made from British CS80 steel with a Rockwell hardness of 44-46 and a thickness of 1.5mm to provide the superior stiffness required when cutting on long strokes. The blade’s tooth pattern is the Special Great American specifically designed with gullets to allow waste wood to be cleared while cutting. The handles are solid beech (the auxiliary handle included can be used for a two-man version if needed), and the teeth can be re-sharpened with a large triangular file.



  • Beech handle, plus auxiliary handle for use as a two-man version if required


  • Special Great American Tooth pattern for use on logs, etc.


  • Can be re-sharpened using a large triangular file


  • British CS80 Steel, 1.5mm thick blade


  • Each tooth is hand set




Reviews

2.33 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    good but needs work

    Good saw but right out of the box be prepared to do a thurough sharpening. Saw needs teethe to be jointed to make it run smoothe. Still comparing to lance and tutle toothe saws for efficiency. I wish they made it in cutter/raker design. Good steel used in saw,

  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Handle Too Small

    The handle is not big enough to accommodate a hand wearing a glove, unless your a child.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    It does what it says it does

    I've used it as a two-man saw to cut logs, and it worked well. The wood was very aged, slippery elm, which is tough. Once my son and I got the rhythm, the work went ok. It did not go through like a "hot knife. . .", but it was ok. I expect that in fresh,or soft woods, there won't be any problem, based on this experience.

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