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UST Saber Cut Saw

UST Saber Cut Saw lying on rock

UST's revolutionary hand-operated chain saw cuts and clears in both directions, so every stroke eats through whatever you cut.

The SaberCut™ Saw is a lightweight, strong, versatile and low profile hand saw that is ideal for the survivor but easy to use by anyone. The SaberCut™ Saw is designed to make it possible for you to cut through the hardest wood. Unlike other premium outdoor saws, the SaberCut™ Saw offers you a flexible blade for cutting from a variety of angles and in places where you have little clearance. The 24-inch flexible blade is designed to ensure a smooth, fast action. Unlike a standard chain saw blade which only cuts in one direction, the patented SaberCut™ blade cuts in both directions resulting in more efficient and less strenuous cutting. In addition, the cutting teeth are self-cleaning and require little maintenance beyond standard care and occasional sharpening. When sharpening is needed, you can use a standard chain saw blade sharpening kit.

The durable SaberCut™ Saw handles prevent the chain from twisting while you cut.

 This allows you to get a straight cut directly across the grain. To make it easier for you to carry the saw we created a flexible sheath made of durable ballistic fabric. Featuring a quick clip buckle and a belt attachment loop, the case holds the saw firmly in place and within easy reach.

Multiple Uses

You can use the SaberCut™ Saw to cut down your Christmas tree at a tree farm, prune branches in your back yard, or cut shelter materials in an emergency. You can use it for gathering downed limbs for your campfire, and for building shelter. Use it to clear mountain bike or ATV trails or when off-roading. Tip: You can cut high limbs off a tree, just attach a lanyard or light rope to each handle and toss one of the ropes up and over the limb.


UST Saber Cut Saw unpkged

$19.95



 

 

 

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