Ultimate Survival Technologies SabreCut Saw

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Whether you're cutting kindling at the campsite or pruning branches in the backyard, the SaberCut(TM) saw slices through wood with ease.


UST Camp & Hike Sabercut Chain Saw 20-1WG0180 37160. Its self-cleaning cutting teeth and custom carrying case make this a must have for anyone spending time outdoors hiking camping or backpacking. Features/Specifications: Cuts and clears in both directions Self-cleaning saw teeth Flexible blade cuts a wide variety of angles with very little clearance Sharpens with standard 1/8 saw blade sharpener Lasts indefinitely with minimal routine maintenance

- CampSaver.com

When everyone else in camp is messing around with hatchets and bushcraft knives, you'll have all the firewood sawed into manageable eight-inch logs with the Ultimate Survival Technologies SaberCut Chain Saw. And when the zombie apocalypse goes down, you'll be glad you had it, actually you might want a gas-powered chainsaw for that, preferably attached to your arm.

- Backcountry.com

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

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