Ultimate Survival Technologies SabreCut Saw
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The Ultimate Survival Sabercut Saw has a 24" patented chain. The chain has bi-directional, self-cleaning cutting teeth. It ensures smooth, fast action. PRODUCT FEATURES: Web loop handles are bar tacked securely to custom designed steel clips which help prevent the chain from twisting while you cut Saw comes packaged in an injection molded, flexible foam case that weighs less than one ounce and floats Total weight of saw and case is 6 oz
- Appalachian Outdoors
Key Features of the Ultimate Survival Saber Cut Saw24-inch patented chain saw bladeWeb loop handlesFlexible sheathUltimate Survival Saber Cut SawThe Ultimate Survival Saber Cut Saw is definitely not your ordinary outdoor saw. Lightweight, strong, and versatile, the Ultimate Survival Saber Cut Saw features a 24-inch patented flexible chain saw blade with bi-directional, self-cleaning cutting teeth that can quickly cut through the hardest wood. In addition, the flexible blade can cut from various angles and in places with little clearance. Also, a standard chain saw blade sharpening kit can be used to sharpen the blade, as well as prevent rust and corrosion. Tightly tacked to custom designed steel clips are the web loop handles, which prevent the chain from twisting while you cut. The handle clips are optimized for straight cutting through small trees or wood oriented vertically. A sheath made from durable ballistic fabric, which comes with a quick clip buckle and a belt attachment loop, is responsible for holding the saw firmly in place. When it comes to cutting through hard woods and small trees, you can absolutely rely on the Ultimate Survival Saber Cut Saw to get the job done.
Whether you're cutting wood to build shelter in the backcountry or looking for the perfect Christmas tree in the woods, the SaberCut Saw from Ultimate Survival Technologies gets the job done. This 24-inch long flexible-blade chain saw has teeth on both sides to make every stroke count and its oxide-coated steel is tough enough to cut through the hardest woods.
- Mountain Gear