Gerber Exchange-A-Blade Sport Saw
i purchased the item and found myself a week later feild dresseing at +250 lbs. hog. The bone saw cut right thru the chest plate with ease. The blade is very sharp and did exactly what it needed to do. I found it a little tougher when trying to drop the head, but i did manage to do so. The saw in general could be concidered to be on the cheap side meaning it could have been built better, however at the end of the day it worked well and it's still in my feild dressing bag of tools.
January 24, 2011
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
After using the bone saw for several years I am just now replacing the blade after a dozen or more deer have been cleaned. It is a great tool and very durable.
January 8, 2007
sharp saw but poor quality
Gerber has made a lot of good products but this is NOT one of them. I must say that the saw is very very sharp and cuts well brand new. The main flaw is that it is made cheaply. I've purchased two of these saws, the first saw's locking button broke after a few uses. Purchased the second one and it had the same problem. Once you change out saws, the locking button never seems to work well and fails to lock tight again. After one season of use on cutting little branches, the locking button completely fails to lock and the saw becomes useless. If you're considering buying a hunting saw, DON'T BUY THIS ONE. There are similar saws such as the Red Head or Hunter's Specialty saw that is better and priced lower for around $14 bucks.
June 1, 2010