Bob Dustrude's Quick Buck Saw 24"
Light weight and durable folding buck saw’s made in the USA by Bob in MN.
I have this saw and a smaller folding 21" he makes. I have met the man, he is a very clever fellow. Jeff
Posted on 6/16/11 by xabjw4
owned a whole bunch of folding buck saws over the years, and was never
really happy with any of them. This one is different. It deploys faster,
stays tighter and cuts straighter than any folding buck saw I've tried.
I tested mine on a three day beach hike, and we cut a LOT of driftwood
for the fire. Everyone who used this saw commented on how well it cut.
It is a keeper.
Posted on 8/6/10 by Essayons
first packable, foldable, lightweight saw purchase (aside from a major
mistake -- one of those chain-type saws that fits in a tin). Now I'll
never need to shop again! A recent camping trip proved this was a
worthwhile purchase -- perfectly sharp, and able to handle larger (4" +)
logs with ease. If you're doing a lot of cutting, I'd recommend
bringing along a glove for your saw hand -- although the grip is fine,
working the saw a lot could force some blisters. Great stuff -- be sure
to order the carry case and an extra blade, as you'll be using this one a
Posted on 7/15/10 by donqwan
had several packable saws over the years, some too small to be really
useful, others too bulky to carry deep into the bush, but this one is
certainly the best of both worlds. Once set up, it's tight and stable,
but easily folds down into a lightweight, out-of -the-way pouch.
Posted on 7/15/10 by gavin
live and play in the great state of Montana and, over many years of
hunting and camping, canoeing, etc., I have come to appreciate a good
folding saw as an essential piece of camping gear. Anyway, I've tried a
lot of different types and brands of folding/sliding saws in my life and
the Dustrude Quick Buck Saw stands head and shoulders above all the
competitors. Even when weight is a critial concern, I still find room
for the Dustrude beause it's so darn tough, versitale and easy to use.
Gathering enough wood to burn through the night is not a problem with
this brilliantly engineered tool.
Posted on 6/27/10 by Peter
did alot of research trying to find the right saw. After several
different types, this is the one. I like that it is a little larger
through the stroke. Another type I used was like a triangle shape and
you couldn't use a long stroke. This one you can. The blade is designed
to rid of the saw dust as you cut. It folds up very easily and the grip
is tops. Get the carry case. It has an internal pocket to carry an extra
Posted on 2/5/09 by Todd
saw is lightweight but cuts really well for something so light. The
frame is nice and light and the saw is totally sturdy once assembled.
Posted on 12/26/08 by John Lindner
backpack, camp, and cut firewood year 'round in our Minnesota based
Scout troop, and this is the best saw I've seen. The blade is sharp and
tight, assembly is a snap, and the grip is substantial. Frame height is
taller with more operating space than most collapsible saws, making it
easy to cut through thicker limbs. It folds up neatly in the optional
carrying case. The saw is a bargain, and the optional carrying case
seems expensive until you realize how well made and versatile it is,
including a pocket for storing a spare blade.
Posted on 6/30/08 by Dave