Gerber® E-Z Saw
Precision-ground teeth saw through the biggest bones with ease. Made from surgical grade stainless steel. Strong, rugged thermoplastic/Softgrip handle. Nylon sheath. Blade length: 3.58". Overall length: 5.75".
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MWILL1970 PERFECT TOOL IF YOU HUNT BIG GAME, YOU SHOULD HAVE THIS TOOL... January 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by runbmc too small Too small to cut anything very big. Very good quality and light. Buy the bigger one. November 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by FlyN4Him Gerber E-Z Saw An excellent tool for any hunter! Easily splits the ribs and pelvis of deer and elk. Have used my E-Z saw on 10+ deer and 3 elk. Makes field dressing so much easier and faster. When combined with the E-Z Gut Hook knife and the E-Z Open metolius knife, I can dress a deer in less than 5 minutes! August 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lancer Good Purchase Just got back from a hog hunt. The E-Z Saw worked great. Easy to carry and sawed right through the pelvis without pucturing the "inards". Finally have a easy way to split the pelvis. March 1, 2011
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A:Some people have commented on blade strength. I have used my saw on more than 10 deer and 3 elk with no problems. The blade can flex, but if you don't whale on it things will be fine. One of the best investments I have made in hunting gear.
A:Plenty strong, but have only used it on two animals at this point. Do not expect it to break for a long time.
A:No very strong but dull straight outa box
Details:I want to be able to cut the lower half of deer legs off without packing another saw.
Would this do the job?
A:I usually do not cut off the leg bones in the field, but you could with this saw. It would be all you need in the field, with a sharp knife of course.
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A:this saw should do the job.
Details:I want to cut through deer leg bones. Is that possible with the Gerber E-Z Saw II without getting my knuckles hurt by them hitting the bone each time I stroke forward?
And can it still cut leg bones good without ruining your knuckles?
A:I bought the shorter version for field dressing only. When butchering I would use a longer saw. You may want to check out the longer version.
A:If you have a solid hold on the leg, there is no problem cutting through the leg bone.
Details:is the only difference blade length?
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A:for gutting a deer, I like the shorter blade so that when you push down, you don't get the blade caught on all the junk in the body. If you are using it on something like an elk or moose, the longer blade might be helpfull.
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