Gerber Bear Grylls Sliding Saw

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Gerber Bear Grylls Sliding Saw

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Brand: Gerber
Blade Type: Cross-Cut Teeth
Blade Length: 6 in.
Retracting Blade: Yes
Handle: Ergonomic Rubber
Dimensions (LxWxH): 15" x 2" x 1"

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Benefits & Description

Benefits & Description

Cross-Cut Teeth Cut on Each Pass | Retractable Blade

Strong, dependable, and speedy
Make quick work of small brush, tree branches and limbs with the cross-cut teeth that cut on each stroke of the saw. Dependability needed for survival
The Gerber Bear Grylls Sliding Saw combines strength, raw cutting power and convenience in an ideal compact package that retracts to under 9 inches long. Comfortable to work with
Theclass leading rubberized Gerber handles are a joy to work with, they combine excellent grip and comfort when working hard out in the elements. For over 70 years, the folks at Gerber Legendary Blades have made some of the most dependable and longest-lasting knives on the market, known for remarkable reliability and years of tough use.

This Bear Grylls Sliding Saw in particular has cross cut teeth along the length of the 6 inch blade making each stroke as efficient as possible. The blade retracts into the handle when you are done to provide a safe concealment of the shark-like teeth. You will be able to cut small brush, small limbs, and tree branches with this mighty little wonder.

The non-slip rubber grip makes working a long task possible by providing comfort and a sturdy grip. With a dependable design, sturdy blade and helpful features, the Gerber Bear Grylls sliding saw is a great tool to have in your camping, hunting and emergency preparedness arsenal.

What's In-the-Box?

What's In-the-Box?

Emergency Basics :
(1) Gerber Bear Grylls Sliding Saw 
(1) Survival Guide 
Features & Specifications

Features & Functions

SKU: TS0017
Supply Duration: Indefinite
Preservation Method: No
Brand: Gerber | Bear Grylls
Dimensions (LxWxH): 15" x 2" x 1" Extended & 8.5" x 2" x 1" Closed
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Important addition to my emergency supplies
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Plan to use this handy retractable blade tool to gather fuel for my camp stove. So practical that it will easily fit in my bug-out bag.
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I tried it out and it worked just fine
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I used it out on a few half-inch or 3/4 inch branches on some plants in the back yard, and it was actually a little easier than I thought it would be. Good grip, maybe a little pricey for what it is, but I didn't find that it "dulled" - the blade is serrated in the first place. Just don't ask it to cut through anything thicker than an average man's thumb-sized twig or branch and it should be just fine.
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used it once, it dulled half way through
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don't bother with this. save your money... Yeah, I'm hard on things, but who won't be when you're actually using your BOB contents. I used this for collecting firewood once and it stopped cutting halfway through the job. Serious waste of money. Get a sven saw instead...
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  • Important addition to my emergency supplies

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    Plan to use this handy retractable blade tool to gather fuel for my camp stove. So practical that it will easily fit in my bug-out bag.

    Wendy

  • I tried it out and it worked just fine

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    I used it out on a few half-inch or 3/4 inch branches on some plants in the back yard, and it was actually a little easier than I thought it would be. Good grip, maybe a little pricey for what it is, ... Show More.but I didn't find that it "dulled" - the blade is serrated in the first place. Just don't ask it to cut through anything thicker than an average man's thumb-sized twig or branch and it should be just fine.

    Ken