$19.95

Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw 36 Inch Long Chain & FREE Fire Starter Best Compact Folding Hand Saw Tool for Survival Gear, Camping, Hunting, Tree Cutting or Emergency Kit. Replaces Your Pruning & Pole Saw

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; LENGTH MATTERS! – While other 24 inch saws are too short, too weak, or simply just break after a few uses, our saw has a full longer, thicker 36″ chain (EXCLUDING HANDLES). The bi directional, self cleaning chainsaw style cutting teeth tears…

3 reviews for "Sportsman Pocket Chainsaw 36 Inch Long Chain & FREE Fire Starter Best Compact Folding Hand Saw Tool for Survival Gear, Camping, Hunting, Tree Cutting or Emergency Kit. Replaces Your Pruning & Pole Saw"


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     I’ve had this in my work bag for a few months knowing I’d need it sooner or later. Well today was the day! It preformed beautifully! I drive Hana tours on Maui and have been stuck behind fallen trees way too many times with no cell service and nothing I can do except wait for someone with a chainsaw for hours! Well today was different. I had that tree cut in half and moved to the side of the road within 10 minuets. THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS!


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    Was highly skeptical of this working well – but DAAAAMMMMNNN. This thing rips through trees like butter. I took it on a two night backpacking trip through a section of the Colorado Trail. This time of year there are generally some trees that fall over the trail with our late season snow weighing down the newly leafed trees. Stopped at the first one that had a 4-5″ trunk and thought I’d give it a shot. Under a minute and a nice clean cut below the tree break and moved the tree off the trail. Cleared several trees over the next few days.My boys also had a blast cutting firewood with it. Kept them busy for a few hours comparing my SVEN 21″ Backpacking saw against this pocket chainsaw. Both were equally effective, but I think the SVEN saw took a little less effort. For the size and ease though – I’ll always carry this pocket chainsaw.


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    I just received this and frankly was not expecting much. WOW! Was I surprised by the utility of this thing — I went right out and cut half a dozen trees and huge vines that had become obstacles (I live in a veritable JUNGLE!) and it did really well. It works fast and did not wear me out at all. One thing I did not expect it to handle was a 5-inch myrtle (VERY hard/dense wood), and that took less than a minute of easy effort.Unlike some others I’ve read about, this saw is nice and long at 3 feet, won’t bind so easily and has really well thought out spacing and directionality of the blades. It is now part of my essential gear.Don’t have second thoughts about this one – GET IT!EDIT June 7 2014: Still WOW! Did a high limb this time, with the greatest of ease. Seriously, if I was just Joe or Jane Homeowner, I’d recommend this saw over the purchase of a small electric or gas chainsaw. It is sooo much cheaper, and does the same thing if just used occassionally. For camping, it is a no-brainer.A couple of tips I might share regarding high limbs are these: (1) Use a partner to cut and space yourselves widely – not under the limb. Obviously, that is for your own safety but also it will keep the chain from binding near the final part of the cut (the radius of the chain’s path is best kept as large as possible. Think about it – no chain can turn 180 degrees in the radius of a quarter). (2) Put curious pets and children indoors so they dont get clobbered by the limb. (3) When tossing a line over the limb and then hauling the rope and cutter up to position it over the limb, clip a little rod or indicator in the strap so you know the teeth are facing the right way. (4) If you do use a rope through each strap for high limbs, dont tie BIG knots. Use slip knots with the lose (release) end of the knot tied to lightweight fishing line you can reach if you need to…Otherwise, what will you do if you have a serious bind in an unfinished cut? This way, you can release one of the ropes, then walk far to the opposite side with the remaining rope, and pull the chainsaw out.

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