These large saws have been used mostly in forestry work and for crosscutting large logs, but in contemporary years they have got develop into popular with people aiming to cut their own firewood in a more traditional fashion. Each and every saw is constituted of British CS80 steel with a Rockwell hardness of 44-46 and a thickness of 1.5mm to provide a superior stiffness when cutting on long strokes. This blade’s tooth pattern is a Peg tooth formation at 1 TPI, hand set, and cut with the pull/push stroke in Each and every direction. The two handles are solid Beech, and the teeth May also be re-sharpened with a big triangular file.
2 large Beech handles
Peg Tooth 1 TPI pattern to be used on logs, and so on.
May also be re-sharpened the use of a big triangular file
British CS80 steel, 1.5mm thick blade
Each and every tooth is hand set