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Thread: Lightweight saw

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    Lightweight saw

    What brand of saw are people taking (if taking one at all) on mountain trips this year? Why or why not?

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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Can’t beat a Silky saw. I have a gomboy it’s light, folds, is sharp and has a little case so it slides in anywhere in the pack or wherever you pack it.

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    Re: Lightweight saw

    silky all the way
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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Woods brand folding hand saw that can be found at Crappy Tired.

    Not the best... but when it finally fails me I'll upgrade.

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    Re: Lightweight saw

    x2 on the silky saws
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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Ive used the Wyoming Saw II for 35 years and its never failed me, I recently was introduced to the Silky saw and its a nice lightweight option but my Wyoming saw has a wood blade and a bone blade so Ill give it the edge for sure.
    The 300 PRC .....what all other 30 cal magnums wish they were
    The 6.5 RPM.......what the 264 win mag wishes it was

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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Yup my Silky has cut through some serious shit. Takes a licking and keeps on cutting. Highly recommend
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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Silky all the way.

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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Silky gomboy in my pack
    Duck tape can fix everything but stupid

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    Re: Lightweight saw

    Hmm I've used the same Browning saw.. 15 years..yes if..when it fails I will upgrade to your suggestions..Silky
    Srupp

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