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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've seen folding saws before, and had usually dismissed them. I do a lot of hiking and camping, and, I don't care where you are at, it isn't really camping without an evening camp fire. I had never been one for the folding saw thing, small firewood, I would just break with my knee or foot...
  2. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Here are the next purchases I plan to make. Instead of buying 1 ESEE small blade, I decided to buy 3 more knives in one shot. 1 small blade + 2 more 5"+ blades. I'll save the high quality small knife purchase for my next round. I'd appreciate any input in my budding collection. Phase I...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I just wanted to share my personal experience with you guys. This saw is the best bang for your buck by far. I have tried Bahco and Silky. They are all good saws but cost 3X more and not that better then the Sierra. Gerber Sportman's is another good folding saw for about $11 but Coghlan's Sierra...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Was looking at getting a kershaw/Bahco laplander. But it looks like kershaw is no longer making thier folding saw. Who is making the Bahco laplander saw?
  5. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
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  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum Anybody have one or used one? I am looking for a compact saw that will pack down small and still be tough/reliable when I need it.
  7. Off Topic Lounge
    This is a video review of the Emergency Zone Folding Saw from Saws like this area handy to have in your pack for clearing brush, or even in your truck for removing small trees that have blown over roads and trails. Post your comments in the folding saw review thread of the...
  8. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    This is a review of the Emergency Zone Folding Saw from Ready Pro. Over the years I have had a lot of folding saws, and this one ranks right there at the top. Its very sharp, has a locking blade, place for a lanyard, and groves for sweat.
  9. Knives, Swords & Axes
    what would be a good folding saw to take in the woods thanks.
  10. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Got this from Shoprite home store today cost about 2 and a half pounds. Probably not the best but at the moment it is sharper than a warthogs bottom tusk and should help do some of the smaller tasks.
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