Sunday, November 24, 2019

Gear Review: Laplander Folding Saw

By Timothy Gamble


The Laplander Folding Saw
 One of the most useful tools I own is my Bacho Laplander Folding  Saw. I use it around the home for various yard work and gardening tasks, take it camping with me, and have given it a permanent place in my survival bag (bug-out bag). 

Very sharp and tough, this folding saw's blade is 7½  inches long. I've used it to easily handle branches up to 3 inches in diameter, and am sure it could handle bigger with a little effort. It is designed to cut wood, plastic, and bone. The teeth are arranged so that the saw cuts both ways - on the push and the pull.

The Laplander saw has a good locking mechanism that locks the blade in place in either the open or folded position (so it doesn't accidentally open up in your pack or tool box). I've never had the locking mechanism fail. Folded, it measures 9 inches long, so it easily fits in my survival bag.

This is a very high quality folding saw made in Sweden. It is currently on sale at Amazon for about $22 as of 11-24-2019 (price subject to change at Amazon's whim, of course).  Others love this folding saw, too, as it maintains a 4½ star rating on Amazon with over 2,000 customer reviews.


http://amzn.to/2wnn0SN

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