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Meat/Bone saw #7337796 11/05/18 03:06 AM
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I need a bone saw for cutting deer in the field. Not really wanting a battery sawzall because of the cleaning involved.


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Corona brand.

(Dont need a saw at all to process a whitetail)


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We got one from Academy. But it has only been used a few times to remove deer heads, and that doesn't even require a saw.
Other than that we take all bones apart at the joint. It is fast and there are no sharp bones to poke through bags.


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Originally Posted By: Simple Searcher
We got one from Academy. But it has only been used a few times to remove deer heads, and that doesn't even require a saw.
Other than that we take all bones apart at the joint. It is fast and there are no sharp bones to poke through bags.


^^Yup.

Only need one good knife to totally get a deer in the cooler.


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I use a hacksaw with a 10 teeth to the inch blade. Works just as good as my bone saw and in a smaller package..

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I use my Leatherman with the saw blade.

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I have one of these. It comes with two blades and its super sharp.
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