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Budget Bowsaws

£14.1583 Inc VAT
(Approx $17.7614)
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We have a selection of high-quality, but low cost forest bowsaws for use in conservation, forestry and outdoor classes, such as bushcraft courses, forest school groups and scout gatherings.

The strong tubular steel frame provides a solid cutting performance on both green-wood and dry timber. The shape of the 21" frame allows for access in tight spots when pruning spiny shrubs.

The blades are replaceable and come with a plastic blade cover for safety. Please be aware that from time to time colours/styles may vary slightly.

Our Forest Saws are Currently available in the Following sizes:

Blade length: 530mm (21-Inch) - MAY VARY FROM IMAGE SHOWN.

Not for sale to persons under the age of 18

IMPORTANT: By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. We will run checks to establish your age, so please enter YOUR correct date of birth at the checkout. Should you enter incorrect information or details of a family member your order will be placed on hold until you contact us and provide us with official forms of ID. If your details don't match with official records, we will not dispatch! This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.


"Not the best of blades but I figure I can swap it out for a better one when needed, does a job for a reasonable price."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Scott M

"Great saws for the price, can't complain at all. Are they made as well as much more expensive saws? Probably not, but they're still very functional and cost about half the price - just what was needed."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Cole

"These are cheap and it shows. I thought a shorter blade length would be safer for Forest School. The problem is that its hard to get the blade taut with the wing nuts that secure it so the blade wobbles when sawing. This means when you start it moves along the log considerably and its hard for pupils to get the initial first cut to continue sawing. Also the vibration of sawing makes the wing nuts become loose again and in extreme cases might mean you lose one. Also pupils find it hard to remove the guard. If you want a cheap saw this is for you - if you want the safest saw for forest school pupils to use whist they build competency then look elsewhere."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Fairy Forest Sch
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