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    Wyoming Saw 2

    Any one have one of the Wyoming 2 saws they are 18 inch ,are they as good as the original ?
    I have a large meatcutting hand saw but itís too big to pack around .

    I have ordered a Agawa / Boreal 18 inch with optional meat blade it seems to get good reviews .
    They also make a 15 inch now with optional meat blade.
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Cordless sawzall with the longest coarsest blade u can find.

    I already had some Milwaukee batteries, so I bought the “tool only” for about $100

    I have the full size, not the mini.
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    I thought about that Buster but I don’t like the idea of the paint in the blades in the meat . I looked online and it looks like you an get stainless steel blades for the Milwaukee but not sure if they are any good . Maybe someone that has bought them will chime in . I have a Meat / Bone saw but it’s way too long to pack .Arctic Lake
    Quote Originally Posted by Bustercluck View Post
    Cordless sawzall with the longest coarsest blade u can find.

    I already had some Milwaukee batteries, so I bought the “tool only” for about $100

    I have the full size, not the mini.
    Member of CCFR and BackCountry Hunters & Anglers Would encourage you all to join both today !

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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    I have a Wyoming saw and I will look at what model it in the morning . I have used it a couple of times and it a worked Well AL . RJ RJ
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Thanks RJ !
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    Quote Originally Posted by REMINGTON JIM View Post
    I have a Wyoming saw and I will look at what model it in the morning . I have used it a couple of times and it a worked Well AL . RJ RJ
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Lake View Post
    I thought about that Buster but I don’t like the idea of the paint in the blades in the meat . I looked online and it looks like you an get stainless steel blades for the Milwaukee but not sure if they are any good . Maybe someone that has bought them will chime in . I have a Meat / Bone saw but it’s way too long to pack .Arctic Lake
    The butcher I use was buying some stainless 2tpi blades off of Amazon. I’ve been using painted dewalt blades
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Lake View Post
    Thanks RJ !
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    https://wyomingknife.com/saws/

    AL I have the Wyoming 11 Saw - RJ
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Thanks RJ !
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    Quote Originally Posted by REMINGTON JIM View Post
    https://wyomingknife.com/saws/

    AL I have the Wyoming 11 Saw - RJ
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Oh that’s seems like a pretty coarse blade if I’m correct . Bone saw blades are usually pretty fine teeth and more teeth per inch .
    Arctic Lake
    Quote Originally Posted by Bustercluck View Post
    The butcher I use was buying some stainless 2tpi blades off of Amazon. I’ve been using painted dewalt blades
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    Re: Wyoming Saw 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Lake View Post
    Oh that’s seems like a pretty coarse blade if I’m correct . Bone saw blades are usually pretty fine teeth and more teeth per inch .
    Arctic Lake
    My Wyoming Saw 11 came with a meat blade and a wood blade . 18 Inch length are Nice . RJ
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