There are times that mother nature doesn’t provide the correct length of wood.you found a good log but it just about 8 feet too long. You can try to lug it over to the campsite and just feed it in as it burns but this thing has to be a good 100+ pounds.
You wish you had brought a hatchet or ax. You could make quick work of this log. Yet you took it out after that storm a couple of weeks again and it must have managed to get placed in the tool shed. So what do you do?
The solution can fit into your back pocket. If you wear shorts, it can fit into your front pocket. This is the Sabercut Chainsaw by Ultimate Survival Technologies. It is literally a chainsaw blade that has been broken and a couple of handles have been added to the ends. Very smart.
The use is easy you wrap the saw on the opposite side of the branch you want to cut then slide the saw back and forth. I was able to cut through a 4-inch branch in less than 5 minutes and didn’t have the burning you often feel in your arms when you use a hand saw.
It works on both green limbs and also dry. The dry is actually better for cutting because when the green limbs get thin they will bend and bind up the blade a lot more.
When it gets dull you can buy a chainsaw blade sharpener and touch up the teeth of your saw as you are sitting around the campfire admiring your work.
The Sabercut saw is good to have in the camp kit for those time when you don’t have your mechanical chainsaw or your ax. Care is easy just wipe it down and add a little chain oil to it. Then you can place it in the pouch that is provided. Since the saw contains links folding is a breeze. You won’t find yourself fighting with it to fold up. You know like the way some pieces of survival gear can.
I like being able to help people find their “why” and achieve the personal freedom they desire. Besides writing for Relaxed Male I also am a life coach. By helping men find the leader that is found in each and every one of us. I do this by encouraging men to get outdoors and find the balance they are missing. Realize that they need to be in contact with the outside as often as they can. It is not only good for them but for their families and relationships.