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Old 10-01-2019, 21:09   #16
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Hiya mate, here is a link https://www.qualitygardentools.com/c...RoCE8UQAvD_BwE, I am very impressed by this company and will definitely be using them again!! There are loads of different Silky saws, the red handled F180 that I got is a faster cutting one with less teeth, they do a finer one with a yellow handle, the ones with the curved blades are good but I got the F180 cos its light and small as it will be going in a backpack.
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Old 10-01-2019, 22:44   #17
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As a tree surgeon/forester, I've been using these saws for years......

https://www.qualitygardentools.com/p...bat-330mm-saw/

I've worn out 3 of the above model, and would recommend them above all others.

I would strap the scabbard to my leg, with the saw attached on a long leash, this model will cut through 6" green Oak, with ease. I used my small Stihl saw, far less in favour of the silky for high pruning.

But, and it is a big but........they are fearsomely sharp......so much so that you can have a severe cut......and not know it until you see the red stuff.....they take no prisoners......Mea culpa......ouch...
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Old 10-01-2019, 23:45   #18
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As a tree surgeon/forester, I've been using these saws for years......

https://www.qualitygardentools.com/p...bat-330mm-saw/

I've worn out 3 of the above model, and would recommend them above all others.

I would strap the scabbard to my leg, with the saw attached on a long leash, this model will cut through 6" green Oak, with ease. I used my small Stihl saw, far less in favour of the silky for high pruning.

But, and it is a big but........they are fearsomely sharp......so much so that you can have a severe cut......and not know it until you see the red stuff.....they take no prisoners......Mea culpa......ouch...
Nice one, its good to get a pro's opinion, I'll get one to keep in the truck.

This thing is very sharp yes, the teeth are electronically impulse hardened (apparently ) which makes them stay sharp for longer.
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Old 10-01-2019, 23:50   #19
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Girls & Knives!
I've ordered one of these too but with wooden scales, I think it came today actually, I am properly exited about this https://youtu.be/EHE_G5eBLSw
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I've ordered one of these too but with wooden scales, I think it came today actually, I am properly exited about this https://youtu.be/EHE_G5eBLSw
That's nice man! I like the G10 handle!

Did you buy it from Amazon?
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That's nice man! I like the G10 handle!

Did you buy it from Amazon?
Yeh I wanted the G10 but nobody had any in stock, and they were more money too, I think the most I saw it for was 120, I paid 65 https://uk.knivesandtools.eu/en/pt/-...masur-wood.htm

I got it today and it is a quality knife, very pleased with it and it looks great with the scales its got
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