• Bahco 10-24-51 24-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Dry Wood and Lumber
Bahco 10-24-51 24-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Dry Wood and Lumber

Bahco 10-24-51 24-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Dry Wood and Lumber

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  • 24 inches long
  • Designed to cut through dry wood and lumber
  • Designed for demanding applications and tough environments of construction sites
  • Innovative tensioning mechanism for high blade tension and straight cutting
  • Made of lightweight, high quality steel tubing for durability and easy handling

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I had huge tree fall and trap me in my ... I had huge tree fall and trap me in my camping spot, if i didnt have this saw been a long time getting out might had wait a week or longer for somone to drive buy, tree was allot bigger than saw meant to handle with enough time to care of it. 5Got Shrubs or Trees? You Need This! I needed something that was a step up from my folding pruner. I read a lot of reviews and settled on the Bahco Bow Saw and I am very glad I got this and the blade for green wood. I have used this and abused it and I'm sure I violated every rule in the book on this saw's capabilities and handling. I needed to take out about 10 huge holly bushes and this did the job quickly! Okay, I took out a couple at a time, rested between, and knocked it all out in about a couple of hours, including the beer break. Cutting the bushes down was easy; it was hauling them away that took the most time. I didn't want to deal with stumps so I moved dirt away and cut down into the dirt with the saw. No problem. The most I've tested is about 6in diameter trees, but I also used it to cut a 4X4 treated wood post for my mailbox. It went through that in no time! I like how the blade does not get stuck half way in the wood. It plows right through. Next job is the medium Bradford Pear and then the out-of-control black locust tree! 5Great buy! The Good:Sharp enough to absolutely chew through green wood - or your arm - so be careful.Light enough to handle for an hour or more comfortably.Long enough to section large downed trunks with ample time.Fun to use, given the above.Not expensive.The Bad:It is possible to over-tighten the blade, which will pull the tightening mechanism out of the handle, and render the saw unusable. Also, over-tightening will narrow the set of the teeth. Since there aren't tensioning instructions, just be careful.Can be unwieldly in close quarters. 4Old school at it's very best I grew up packing bow saws and axes out into the woods but those saws were nothing like this! This saw cuts through dead falls with very little effort and is great for folks that don't have access to or are afraid of chainsaws. Or if you're like me and you like doing things with a little bit of effort and muscle. By far the most ergonomic 24" bow saw I've ever used. 24" is the sweet spot for one person sawing in my opinion. Plenty of travel with plenty of control. 30" is a big jump and feels like a small 2 person saw unless you're very experienced. 5total beast of a saw this thing is a beast.I bought one of these after my neighbor let me borrow his much older yet much better built saw after a windstorm to get to branches I couldn't quite reach with a chainsaw or sawzall. It cuts very clean and very fast for a handsaw and has actually saved my garage from having an 800ish lb branch from going through it. I would venture to say that this is one of the best ones on the market due to the weight and the abuse it's taken around my house already. I've cut up a bunch of branches with it and the blade still looks like new :) 5Ignore reviews saying the blade cover is hard to install - it's not! I just received this yesterday, and haven't tried sawing with it yet. But I would like to address the safety cover for the blade.I had read the reviews saying it was difficult, and even dangerous, to put the cover back on the blade. I was ready to agree, and thinking of a way to make it easier, like cut off the flanged side. Then I noticed something others must not have seen: the flanged side of the safety cover folds back, making the covering of the blade simple and effortless. You just fold back the flange, slip the blade into the cover, and fold the flanged part back - you may have to push it up in two or three places. I have attached photos so you can see.This is not something the manufacturer tells you, so I'm glad I'm mechanically-minded, and can share this tip!BTW, the saw looks extra sharp, and I will edit this review once I use it the first time. 5no one will believe me but.... I don't do this often... to be honest, an item has to be SO BAD to make me feel I need to publicly complain about it or SO GOOD as to make me want to tell the world about it, and neither one of those 2 happen often.Usually I order a product and I get more or less what I was expecting, within a few varying shades of better or worse than hoped for....and that's about middle of the road and I'm ok with that.This saw however..... ohmy......We had a ton of ice and snow over the thanksgiving weekend, MANY trees in our neighborhood shed limbs under the weight of the ice and snow.... and there was MUCH cleanup to be done....My old chain saw gives me fits.... its the new gas, they don't like to run on this 10% ethanol stuff and its harder to get it started than it should be, and runs like, well....it runs poorly once you get it cranked. I just didn't want to fool with it... not in the ice and snow... SO.... I started looking for a good bow saw, cause I didn't already have one.... who needed it when they had a chain saw? right?BUT.... as I age, I start to understand not all the old ways were bad ways.... I watched reviews, read reports and finally decided this Bahco saw was for me...It was made in Sweden not China.... and while Sweden isn't USA.... its not China.....Its also made of steel, not aluminum .......good old last forever if you take care of it steel.....The blade was tempered steel, not tin, not pot metal.... so many of these things are such junk.....no sir... this is the one your granddaddy would have pulled down off the shelf and taken home, and if he had, its the one that would still be serviceable after years of hard use.....now the part you'll never believe.... but armed with this saw.... and a Bahco clearing axe 3022 ....... I was able to clear the deadfall in my yard faster than could my young neighbor with his shiny brand spanking new chainsaw.....So much faster in fact, that once I was done, the old man took his hand tools next door to help the young'un with HIS deadfall.... and was able to process most of it before it could get his chainsaw restarted..... he finally admitted defeat and cast his brand new 300.00 chainsaw aside and took over the saw while I used the clearing axe to de-limb he would process the trunks into firewood size sticks....The saw cuts effortlessly thru 4 and even 6 inch limbs, we estimated with no downward force at all, no pressure on the blade.... the blade chewed a depth of near 3/4 an inch per effortless stroke.... we cot 4 inch limbs in 6 strokes and 6 inch limbs in about 10 strokes with 0 pressure applied to the blade.... just effortless cutting.We have several older folks in our neighborhood and we spent most of the day processing the deadfall and the work never became hard.... we never felt we needed to take a rest break do to the ease of the work... I attribute this wholly to the quality of the saw and its wicked sharp steel blade.My young neighbor returned his chainsaw to the Depot.....and has since ordered a bow saw.....I have since ordered the smaller size to have a matching set and one that can get in smaller places....Let me tell ya straight..... look at the price of this saw.... you need to buy one even if you don't have a use for it right now, its one of those tools that you just have to have.... its better than a chainsaw for anything but processing a full felled tree..... its dirt cheap.... not often in this day and age can you get MORE than you paid for.... This item however is exactly that. Having used it...... I'd give 3 times its asking price to replace it. Its just THAT good 5Great bow saw! This Bahco rocks! I bet I have 3 crappy bow saws in the barn, you know how they work blades go all wonky cant get the cut to start correctly on either draw, cheap handles and poor tensioning systems. Not this Bahco saw, this thing is great! I recently took it to Arkansas dropping a bunch of trees that where too close to the cabin, ended up with about 2 cords of 4-8" dia fire wood cut at 18" sections and I did it all by hand with this saw. I bought 2 blades a green blade and a dry blade, easy to switch them out, the tensioner is well designed and never clogged up or was difficult to finger tighten/loosen.The saw cuts well with both blades, I found myself using the dry cut blade on a couple of construction projects instead of a traditional hand saw. Well worth the money! I have a folding Bahco saw that prompted me to purchase this bow saw, that folder has cut down numerous trees and processed a bunch of fire wood without failure or in need of sharpening, for several years. I am sure this saw will be just as good! 5Friendly to the environment and its speed may surprise you. I had heard about the Bahco bow saw before and it's living up to its well earned reputation. I am in the process of raising the canopy on all of our trees where people have RVs and people on mowers. It's a LOT quieter than a chainsaw but it still eats through the limbs quick enough that your arms don't wear out so fast. It also helps to let the blade do the work and know that it cuts going forwards and backwards. A little extra pressure is fine but just don't try and rush the blade. Keeping the tree trimmed back this way also helps the tree get food to where it should be instead of feeding an arm growing out of an elbow.I purchased the Bahco 10-30-23 30-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Green Wood and it's certainly a big tool ready for big jobs but that size does limit where this can fit but that's to be expected. I probably went through a dozen trees, with the help of a couple pruning shears, yesterday over the course of a few hours and by the time I was done I wasn't sore and the only thing I could smell was the fresh cut wood. No gas. No oil. Smaller footprint.If you are undecided this Bahco 10-30-23 30-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Green Wood is one that will I buy again in the future and do recommend to others. I did purchase it and had it the same day for a little under $40($28.19 + $9.98 shippping). Not bad at all. It'll work off that amount after 1 season. 5great tool I used on 2 night extreme camping trip.....cuts great and seems strong and sturdy(only time will tell) first cut I used it for I messed up and dropped it in such a way that looked like it would damage the blade if not the handle too.....It was fine. I processed wood for both days and it cut so good. I was very pleased with the performance. In the past I have carried the Bahco Laplander(9 in, balade) folding saw and it is a great tool but much more time consuming. Whenever space and weight permits I will carry this saw. 5
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I had huge tree fall and trap me in my ... I had huge tree fall and trap me in my camping spot, if i didnt have this saw been a long time getting out might had wait a week or longer for somone to drive buy, tree was allot bigger than saw meant to handle with enough time to care of it. 5Got Shrubs or Trees? You Need This! I needed something that was a step up from my folding pruner. I read a lot of reviews and settled on the Bahco Bow Saw and I am very glad I got this and the blade for green wood. I have used this and abused it and I'm sure I violated every rule in the book on this saw's capabilities and handling. I needed to take out about 10 huge holly bushes and this did the job quickly! Okay, I took out a couple at a time, rested between, and knocked it all out in about a couple of hours, including the beer break. Cutting the bushes down was easy; it was hauling them away that took the most time. I didn't want to deal with stumps so I moved dirt away and cut down into the dirt with the saw. No problem. The most I've tested is about 6in diameter trees, but I also used it to cut a 4X4 treated wood post for my mailbox. It went through that in no time! I like how the blade does not get stuck half way in the wood. It plows right through. Next job is the medium Bradford Pear and then the out-of-control black locust tree! 5Great buy! The Good:Sharp enough to absolutely chew through green wood - or your arm - so be careful.Light enough to handle for an hour or more comfortably.Long enough to section large downed trunks with ample time.Fun to use, given the above.Not expensive.The Bad:It is possible to over-tighten the blade, which will pull the tightening mechanism out of the handle, and render the saw unusable. Also, over-tightening will narrow the set of the teeth. Since there aren't tensioning instructions, just be careful.Can be unwieldly in close quarters. 4Old school at it's very best I grew up packing bow saws and axes out into the woods but those saws were nothing like this! This saw cuts through dead falls with very little effort and is great for folks that don't have access to or are afraid of chainsaws. Or if you're like me and you like doing things with a little bit of effort and muscle. By far the most ergonomic 24" bow saw I've ever used. 24" is the sweet spot for one person sawing in my opinion. Plenty of travel with plenty of control. 30" is a big jump and feels like a small 2 person saw unless you're very experienced. 5total beast of a saw this thing is a beast.I bought one of these after my neighbor let me borrow his much older yet much better built saw after a windstorm to get to branches I couldn't quite reach with a chainsaw or sawzall. It cuts very clean and very fast for a handsaw and has actually saved my garage from having an 800ish lb branch from going through it. I would venture to say that this is one of the best ones on the market due to the weight and the abuse it's taken around my house already. I've cut up a bunch of branches with it and the blade still looks like new :) 5Ignore reviews saying the blade cover is hard to install - it's not! I just received this yesterday, and haven't tried sawing with it yet. But I would like to address the safety cover for the blade.I had read the reviews saying it was difficult, and even dangerous, to put the cover back on the blade. I was ready to agree, and thinking of a way to make it easier, like cut off the flanged side. Then I noticed something others must not have seen: the flanged side of the safety cover folds back, making the covering of the blade simple and effortless. You just fold back the flange, slip the blade into the cover, and fold the flanged part back - you may have to push it up in two or three places. I have attached photos so you can see.This is not something the manufacturer tells you, so I'm glad I'm mechanically-minded, and can share this tip!BTW, the saw looks extra sharp, and I will edit this review once I use it the first time. 5no one will believe me but.... I don't do this often... to be honest, an item has to be SO BAD to make me feel I need to publicly complain about it or SO GOOD as to make me want to tell the world about it, and neither one of those 2 happen often.Usually I order a product and I get more or less what I was expecting, within a few varying shades of better or worse than hoped for....and that's about middle of the road and I'm ok with that.This saw however..... ohmy......We had a ton of ice and snow over the thanksgiving weekend, MANY trees in our neighborhood shed limbs under the weight of the ice and snow.... and there was MUCH cleanup to be done....My old chain saw gives me fits.... its the new gas, they don't like to run on this 10% ethanol stuff and its harder to get it started than it should be, and runs like, well....it runs poorly once you get it cranked. I just didn't want to fool with it... not in the ice and snow... SO.... I started looking for a good bow saw, cause I didn't already have one.... who needed it when they had a chain saw? right?BUT.... as I age, I start to understand not all the old ways were bad ways.... I watched reviews, read reports and finally decided this Bahco saw was for me...It was made in Sweden not China.... and while Sweden isn't USA.... its not China.....Its also made of steel, not aluminum .......good old last forever if you take care of it steel.....The blade was tempered steel, not tin, not pot metal.... so many of these things are such junk.....no sir... this is the one your granddaddy would have pulled down off the shelf and taken home, and if he had, its the one that would still be serviceable after years of hard use.....now the part you'll never believe.... but armed with this saw.... and a Bahco clearing axe 3022 ....... I was able to clear the deadfall in my yard faster than could my young neighbor with his shiny brand spanking new chainsaw.....So much faster in fact, that once I was done, the old man took his hand tools next door to help the young'un with HIS deadfall.... and was able to process most of it before it could get his chainsaw restarted..... he finally admitted defeat and cast his brand new 300.00 chainsaw aside and took over the saw while I used the clearing axe to de-limb he would process the trunks into firewood size sticks....The saw cuts effortlessly thru 4 and even 6 inch limbs, we estimated with no downward force at all, no pressure on the blade.... the blade chewed a depth of near 3/4 an inch per effortless stroke.... we cot 4 inch limbs in 6 strokes and 6 inch limbs in about 10 strokes with 0 pressure applied to the blade.... just effortless cutting.We have several older folks in our neighborhood and we spent most of the day processing the deadfall and the work never became hard.... we never felt we needed to take a rest break do to the ease of the work... I attribute this wholly to the quality of the saw and its wicked sharp steel blade.My young neighbor returned his chainsaw to the Depot.....and has since ordered a bow saw.....I have since ordered the smaller size to have a matching set and one that can get in smaller places....Let me tell ya straight..... look at the price of this saw.... you need to buy one even if you don't have a use for it right now, its one of those tools that you just have to have.... its better than a chainsaw for anything but processing a full felled tree..... its dirt cheap.... not often in this day and age can you get MORE than you paid for.... This item however is exactly that. Having used it...... I'd give 3 times its asking price to replace it. Its just THAT good 5Great bow saw! This Bahco rocks! I bet I have 3 crappy bow saws in the barn, you know how they work blades go all wonky cant get the cut to start correctly on either draw, cheap handles and poor tensioning systems. Not this Bahco saw, this thing is great! I recently took it to Arkansas dropping a bunch of trees that where too close to the cabin, ended up with about 2 cords of 4-8" dia fire wood cut at 18" sections and I did it all by hand with this saw. I bought 2 blades a green blade and a dry blade, easy to switch them out, the tensioner is well designed and never clogged up or was difficult to finger tighten/loosen.The saw cuts well with both blades, I found myself using the dry cut blade on a couple of construction projects instead of a traditional hand saw. Well worth the money! I have a folding Bahco saw that prompted me to purchase this bow saw, that folder has cut down numerous trees and processed a bunch of fire wood without failure or in need of sharpening, for several years. I am sure this saw will be just as good! 5Friendly to the environment and its speed may surprise you. I had heard about the Bahco bow saw before and it's living up to its well earned reputation. I am in the process of raising the canopy on all of our trees where people have RVs and people on mowers. It's a LOT quieter than a chainsaw but it still eats through the limbs quick enough that your arms don't wear out so fast. It also helps to let the blade do the work and know that it cuts going forwards and backwards. A little extra pressure is fine but just don't try and rush the blade. Keeping the tree trimmed back this way also helps the tree get food to where it should be instead of feeding an arm growing out of an elbow.I purchased the Bahco 10-30-23 30-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Green Wood and it's certainly a big tool ready for big jobs but that size does limit where this can fit but that's to be expected. I probably went through a dozen trees, with the help of a couple pruning shears, yesterday over the course of a few hours and by the time I was done I wasn't sore and the only thing I could smell was the fresh cut wood. No gas. No oil. Smaller footprint.If you are undecided this Bahco 10-30-23 30-Inch Ergo Bow Saw for Green Wood is one that will I buy again in the future and do recommend to others. I did purchase it and had it the same day for a little under $40($28.19 + $9.98 shippping). Not bad at all. It'll work off that amount after 1 season. 5great tool I used on 2 night extreme camping trip.....cuts great and seems strong and sturdy(only time will tell) first cut I used it for I messed up and dropped it in such a way that looked like it would damage the blade if not the handle too.....It was fine. I processed wood for both days and it cut so good. I was very pleased with the performance. In the past I have carried the Bahco Laplander(9 in, balade) folding saw and it is a great tool but much more time consuming. Whenever space and weight permits I will carry this saw. 5
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