Good idea with its own thread for the brilliant SAK wood saw.It is always amazing how well she does her job with her small size.When I go out into nature, I always have a Bushcrafter or Farmer with me.
Great thread! Most of my modest collection has the mighty saw, and since I live in a bush it gets put to use.
Hi,I am SAW, and I approve this thread
Quote from: sawman on September 23, 2017, 04:09:12 PMHi,I am SAW, and I approve this thread For it's size the saw does an amazing job. It is a very handy tool to have.
For it's size the saw does an amazing job. It is a very handy tool to have.
Quote from: Ronald Schröder on September 23, 2017, 06:39:30 PM.Hilarious!The quote is "Veni Vidi Vici!" (I came, I saw, I conquered!) It's good that I remembered something from my 5 years of Latin in my youth.Jim
The SAK saw is incredible. I've used it for wood, PVC pipe, other plastics, and even dry wall (makes a mess of the saw. Shame on me!). The teeth are so sharp and aggressive that I find the SAK saw to be faster than most of my other hand saws. I like to have a saw on all of my full sized SAKs Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Glad I saw this thread. It almost begs for resharpening tips. Or do people replace or send in for service ?
Even though I spend the bulk of my time, especially recently, in the "wilderness" of New York City, I rarely carry a SAK that doesn't have a saw. I've used it on wood, plastic, very hard rubber, and dense laminated cardboard. While it isn't an item I use everyday it has come in handy to scavenge wooden pieces from discarded furniture on the street for use in projects around my apartment. It has come in handy on a photo shoot where I improvised a tripod support out of discarded plywood. I built a product display stand using just a saw equipped SAK at a trade show. I've also used it at home a few times to trim some wood in confined spaces where a larger saw just wouldn't fit. Since its functionality can't really be replicated using a different tool I prefer to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. It is also one of the thinnest layers so doesn't add a lot of bulk and weight. The saw rocks!
Quote from: WolfyW on September 23, 2017, 10:23:03 PMGlad I saw this thread. It almost begs for resharpening tips. Or do people replace or send in for service ?There was a thread on that recently. Might be in the General Tool Discussion forum