Gerber Freescape saw on sale.

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  1. gohammergo

    gohammergo I like sharp things.... Supporter Bushcraft Friend

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    Heads up. Our local Menards store has the Gerber Freescape saw on sale for $29.99. It is usually $39.99. I have been thinking about trying one of these for awhile and almost bought one a couple weeks ago. Yesterday I was picking up some material and they had it on sale for $29.99 so I grabbed one. Pretty decent saw at first glance. Haven't cut with it yet, but I have seen reviews in the past and it seems to be pretty highly regarded. :)
     
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    I have one and really like it.
     
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    I have one too, and like it a lot. $30 is an excellent price.
     
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    I miss Menards since moving out of the Midwest!
     
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    gohammergo I like sharp things.... Supporter Bushcraft Friend

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    Tried the saw out yesterday and it works sweet. This will get a lot of use. I had to clear a horse trail that had some downed aspen on it. Used the Junglas for the branches and the Gerber for the trunks. Gerber ate right through it. Green aspen is hard to cut because it fuzzes inside the cut making the saw want to bind, but no issues with these. I think with something like a hardwood or a spruce type tree it would cut even more smoothly. I'm glad I bought it. :)
     

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