[MSAR] Trail saw
neffj at msn.com
Wed Sep 26 17:28:42 EDT 2007
Try doing a web search for cross cut saws. The smallest cross cut is 3 Ft. and is designed for one or 2 man use. However this is a serious saw (read serious price) and will do a bang up job. You will probably have to make a scabbard for it. Otherwise the only ones I have found that actually work are the chain saw teeth kind available at sporting goods outlets they only work up to about 18-20 inch diameter logs. If you are getting into larger trees then you need a minimum of 3 feet. If you think about it many hunting rifles that are carried on horseback are near that length.
Good luck and Happy sawing!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Fleming
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 1:01 PM
To: Mounted search and rescue
Subject: [MSAR] Trail saw
Does anyone know of some type of trail saw with an eighteen to twentyfour
inch blade with scabord. I would like one with simular teeth as a bowsaw.
Most of the saws we carry are not up to the size of trees we routinely run
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