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Big Boy Folding Saws

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The Big Boy 360mm Large Folding Saw from Japan is perfect for camping, backpacking and for survival. A big saw able to tackle medium to large branches. Incredible cutting capacity.

SKU 352-36  Fine Tooth  Blue Handle
SKU 350-36  Med Tooth  Black Handle
SKU 354-36  Lge Tooth   Red Handle
SKU 356-36  Ex Lge Tooth  Yellow Handle

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This saw is designed for general pruning of medium to large branches.  It has a tooth style which will cut dense and sappy timbers with ease.  It has a hollow ground blade, which reduces friction when cutting.  This allows the cutting stroke to feel very easy and fast. 

The teeth taper in thickness, larger at the handle and smaller at the tip.  This style of tooth also cuts a larger hole in the timber than the width of the blade, therefore reducing the chance of the blade jamming in the cut. 

The blades are made from a high carbon steel called SK4, this is a very strong steel but is also quite flexible, which is very important in a hand saw.  The blades are also coated in chrome to give them some protection from rust and resin.

The Bigboy blade has two settings.  The first is a standard saw blade angle, the second has the blade pointing into the air.  This angle allows you to cut to a flat surface or enables you to have the handle away from branches that are slowing and inconveniencing your cutting.  The handles are made out of a special rubber designed by Silky Japan.  It is called GOM and it is extremely comfortable to hold.  It absorbs a lot of the vibrations you get when cutting and allows you to have a very good grip, even when your hands are damp.  All parts are replaceable, so if you loose anything you can order replacement parts, i.e. screws, blades, handles.  

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