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Saws mainly used in forestry to cross-cut larger logs.
Manufactured by Thomas Flinn of Sheffield UK. Click here to see a new film about some of the tools they make being made.
Available in three blade lengths and two types of teeth:
SELECT FROM THE 'LENGTH/TOOTH TYPE' DROP-DOWN BOX BELOW
The total length of the 4' saw is 1350mm (53"), blade length 1220mm (48"), 1mm thick.
Includes two easily removeable 360mm (14") beech handles.
Teeth can be sharpened with a large saw file.
Made from carbon steel CS80 and hardened to 44-48 rockwell.
When considering which size of saw to go for, choose a saw that is at least double the size of the log being cut to ensure you get a long enough cutting stroke.
Cross-cutting a log can be great fun and an effective way of cutting logs without a chainsaw.
The correct technique does require some practice but so long as each person takes their turn to pull and never push everything should be fine.
These saws will very much benefit from a more detailed sharpening. Contact for more information about our sharpening service
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