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Bone Saw

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This should work this year for cutting the legs, chest cavity, and pelvis of the big game I hope to get this season. It is a surgical saw that we use for well the unlucky folks.post-3-1280207638.jpg

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I really got lazy a few years ago and aquired a small mac chain saw. I can split a deer or elk in half in about 10 secs learned this from watching a butcher. Oh by the way no you don't put oil in the chain oiler in case you were wondering.

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I use a cordless sawzall.. That hand saw is nice though, I Like how it protects your fingers :smiley-outta-here: But I will admit IM partial to my power tools..

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"A SAW" I do it the way Dave and Jim did it. This thing ways a ton and can hack right through a deer. If a bear gets after you, you can through it at him. It might not stick him but it will knockem out. :smiley-innocent-halo-yellow::two-cents::rofl2::rofl2: (Jim Bowie,,Davy Crockett)post-3-1280207693.jpg

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Yup my father enlaw has saws and slicers for butchering the critters up. Im just board. Counting the days till gun seeson.But that knife has taken apart 2 deer. I through it up in the air one day, knocked down a small plain :oops:

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Yup my father enlaw has saws and slicers for butchering the critters up. Im just board. Counting the days till gun seeson.But that knife has taken apart 2 deer. I through it up in the air one day, knocked down a small plain :rolleyes:
LMAO you must be quite strong to be able to toss that thing about LOL..

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ThanksMy wife works at a hospital 3 days a week drawing blood, but says she hasn't seen one of them...lolI'll have to search around and see who sells them.ThanksAllen

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I have one of those SJ from when us portugese's use to get together and butcher a hog make linguica and all that good stuff .That's was when I was young.this one is big over 2 feet.pic002.jpg

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I own and used th wyoming saw II it is small yet it will takle big jobs camp or game.cabelas has them

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Cordless Sawsall works well too. The blades change real quick.
LOL I was answering and realized it was an older post I already said same thing on LOL

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LMAO you must be quite strong to be able to toss that thing about LOL..
Either that or he has really crappy pilots that fly too low... like here...

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Those things work great! Just remember to remove the paint fron the blades before you use them.Unless of course you like paint. You could use olive oil in the chainsaw!

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I use a cleaver knife. You can hack through the bone with ease.

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I use the same as Desert Fox. A small cleaver that works great on hogs.

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I really got lazy a few years ago and aquired a small mac chain saw. I can split a deer or elk in half in about 10 secs learned this from watching a butcher. Oh by the way no you don't put oil in the chain oiler in case you were wondering.
People I know that have a dedicated chainsaw for butchering actually put olive oil in the bar oiler...

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