Mini Battle Saw .............Attn; Garth...Jerry :)

David Brown

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Inspired by Sixplymaple's suggestion of a mini Battle Saw

How about a Hog Badger w/saw teeth on the back ?

Or a Jack Saw ?

about 6" blade
3/16" thick
INFI

a small Thin sawback would be really cool.

Come on photoshop wizards lets see them.

what do you all think ?
 

sixplymaple

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Yeah for sure. Mini Battle Saw!

I like the Hog Badger idea too. Maybe straighten the handle a little. It would be awesome!
 

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Stolen from @kniferMan and @freehouse32

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David Brown

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Looks great so far, maybe about 30 to 50% more Saw serrations on top
But 3/16 or .200" or thinnner for blade thickness
And Elmax ???? now wouldn't that be cool

Max Compact Saw ? Max C-Saw ?

Come on Boss weigh in :)

 

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Sliickkk!!! And move the teeth farther down the spine a little bit to keep room for a thumb to rest right past the end of the slabs maybe!
 
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And here I thought that you had made one. So disappointed!!

Serious question: if one wants the saw teeth for actual functionality instead of the cool factor, what is the minimum length of the saw portion to be effective IRL?

Yeah, I'm that guy.
 

David Brown

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What if you put some teeth on this one?

HACKBlue.jpg


I wonder what that would be called?

Shame on you, sacrilege, those are perfect as they are.

Sliickkk!!! And move the teeth farther down the spine a little bit to keep room for a thumb to rest right past the end of the slabs maybe!

maybe but it would look funny ?

And here I thought that you had made one. So disappointed!!

Serious question: if one wants the saw teeth for actual functionality instead of the cool factor, what is the minimum length of the saw portion to be effective IRL?

Yeah, I'm that guy.

I have used these 3.5 to 4" saws on my Swisstools (best multitool in my limited opinion) for years and they work great.

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just to throw my .02 in I would really love a Sawback Batac....

Come to think of it are there any Busse "razorback pig/boar" models?
 

JohnTheTexican

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I have used these 3.5 to 4" saws on my Swisstools (best multitool in my limited opinion) for years and they work great.

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I bought a German Army pocket knife from a kiosk in Heidelberg about 30 years ago that looked like one they used to sell on Sportsman's Guide. The saw was actually useful, but the teeth were a lot different from Busse saw teeth, and cut a lot better. Probably being a lot thinner makes a big difference.
 

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I believe that a thin blade is the right way to go; think of those nasty sharp teeth on a pruning saw.;)
 
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