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Silky Pocketboy Outback 170mm

Silky Pocketboy Outback 170mm

SILKY

Regular price $58.95 AUD
Regular price $69.95 AUD Sale price $58.95 AUD
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The Silky Pocketboy Outback hand saw features a handle made of arbor composite, which provides excellent grip and control for wet, cold and game-processing conditions. The blade can cut bone and wood and is black-plated with a nickel/tin blend to improve durability and reduce reflection for stealth, low-impact activities.

  • Weight:  248g / 0.55lbs
  • Blade length: 170mm Straight
  • Teeth pitch: 10 (8.5 TPI)
  • Non-set teeth: Taper ground to reduce resistance for smoother, easier and faster cutting.
  • Impulse-hardened: The blade's teeth are heated and hardened to stay sharp three times longer than non-hardened teeth.
  • MIRAI-ME: Featuring 4 cutting angles along the blade for rip-cutting, cross-cutting and slant cutting, leaving a smooth surface every time.
  • Black plating: Blacking plating allows entire blade, including the teeth, to be coated with a unique, highly durable Nickel / Tin blend. It provides longer blade life and improved cutting performance.
  • Limited lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship
  • Made in Japan

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