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Thread: Your knife, does it have a saw spine, or no?

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    Senior Member hunter63's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamewolf View Post
    You took the words right out of my mouth Rick !

    Get quality tools - your life will depend on them !
    Quote Originally Posted by Lamewolf View Post
    I picked up a folding saw used at a flea market several years ago for 2 bucks and love the thing. I don't even know what brand it is but it cuts like a laser !
    Quote Originally Posted by natertot View Post
    Just because it is no name doesn't mean it lacks quality. Same is true that because it is a name brand doesn't mean it is good quality either.

    My favorite machete is a no name, made in Brazil, that I got at a garage sale for $5. Likewise, I spent $35 on a Gerber machete that I could really care less about.
    Psssst, Nate... I was giving him a bad time, two consecutive posts, two different points of view

    LOL...Trick is to find the good tools at yard sales and flea markets.
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    Senior Member nell67's Avatar
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    Southern Indiana


    No saw backs or serrated blades except for a bread knife serrations (blade side or spine side) are in my opinion a useless addition to a knife.
    Soular powered by the son.

    Nell, MLT (ASCP)

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    I have a Becker BK2.
    No saw back just one big hunking 1/4 inch carbon blade knife.
    I plan to do some mods to it in the very near future.
    Time to remove the rest of that crappy black coating.


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