Gerber Exchange-A-Blade Sport Saw
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The Gerber® Exchange-A-Blade Sport Saw features stainless steel locking blades that fold into a textured, non-slip Kraton® glass-filled handle. Comes with an exchangeable bone and wood blade. Includes nylon sheath. Weight: 6 oz. Blade length: 6.19''. Overall length: 14-1/2''. Imported.
Gerber® Exchange-A-Blade Sport Saw
Great hunting tool
I purchased my Gerber saw about three years ago. Two members of my family and several friends now own one. The limb blade is extremely sharp and works well. I have cut 4 inch diameter limbs with it without a problem. The fine toothed bone blade cuts very well. A great piece of equipment. Caution! both blades are very sharp!
December 23, 2006
If you hunt out of a climbing treestand than this saw is a must, I have cut 4 & 5 inch limbs with no problem. I have it zip tied to my stand so that I am never without it. Blades are super sharp but do tend to bend if used for cutting thick limbs as friction heats up the blade, I carry an extra blade with mine and bend the other blade back when I get home, changing blades is quick and easy.
July 4, 2012
This has more uses than you can shake a stick at. We used to just carry it along with us on rides, but it bacame more than that, we depended on it even around the house. Much easier than dragging out the skill saw, or electrick chan saw for those with a pace maker. It has become a part of our house, we don't go anywhere with out it.
May 16, 2012
Great Sport Saw!
I've used one of these saws for the past 3 years or so, and I couldn't be happier with it. I've used it for cutting small pieces of firewood, trimming low hanging branches around the yard, and carried it in my hunting pack for clearing away brush from blinds. I've recently purchased a replacement due to breaking the wood saw while clearing brush away from our duck blind...completely my fault though. I was showing off cutting a 4" tree that my buddy was sure would need the chainsaw. Would've been fine but I was trying to blaze through it and the air temp was around 10°F, so one sideways shift snapped the blade. One minor complaint would be the plasticy cheap-feeling handle. Never had the handle break though, so it's sturdy enough. Even so, I would recommend this saw to anyone who needs a compact saw capable of taking on anything.
March 15, 2011
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