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Japanese Folding Pruning Saw

a tough pruner, now available with a durable leather sheath

This is the best Japanese tooth-pattern folding work saw we have discovered, The blade is a full 10" long with a tooth depth of 3/16" – so this is a very fast cutting tool. The rubber-covered handle is all steel. This is a beauty.

You can carry it in a deep pocket, or wheelbarrow but we recommend our leather sheath to keep it at the ready. Made of oil-tanned steer hide for softness, and lock-stitched and riveted for durability. Features nickel-plated hardware and a 2" clip that you can attach it to a work belt, or if you prefer, it has belt slots to wear directly on your belt. Hole punched center-top to hang on a hook when storing, or for a carabiner to attach to a work vest. The scabbard measures 3-1/4" wide x 7" tall, 12" tall overall. Handcrafted by skilled workers in the USA by a purveyor of top-class arborist and logging tools.  Exclusive.  

Optional sheath and Replacement Blade available.

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  • US-Made Leather Sheath

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