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Thread: Holster your saw?

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    Cool Holster your saw?

    Fastest saw in the west?
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    Would Josh Randall approve?
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    Holster is about 16" long...end has a wooden plug..
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    No markings on it....nice belt clip, though..
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    I don't know...maybe drill the end for a strap to tie it off to your leg...gunfighter style?
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    Might be for a pruning saw, of some sort ( doesn't fit the one I have, though...)

    Fastest saw in the West?

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    Steven,

    I don't know if Josh would approve it, but Lucas McCain might.

    Stew

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    Looks pretty handy for a carpenter crawling around on a roof or something like that.

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    Stephen, You shine up tools from time to time. How about a pearl handle on that saw. Maybe some engraving and nickel plating. At least you could notch the handle every time you cut exactly to the line. It's cool.

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    Wondering IF this was for someone that climbs trees for a living....something to carry a saw up the tree with?

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    Maybe a holster for High Timber framing work? I understand there are a few cuts at the ridge beam when erecting.
    Shawn

    "no trees were harmed in the creation of this message, however some electrons were temporarily inconvenienced."

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    Hmmm, or maybe by a Lineman, working on a telephone line pole?

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