Taskmaster Saw, BC
Never Owned One of These? The Buckmen Think You Should
A folding handsaw is an incredibly handy tool—and this one, from Buck Commander® and Kershaw is an excellent choice.
Of course, it’s great for hunting and camping trips—compact and tough enough to take on even sizable branches—but it’s also perfect for backyard tasks. Got some overgrown underbrush? A dead tree limb? Some quick pruning to do? This is your tool. No need to haul out a full-sized hand or electric saw. Just unfold the Buck Commander Folding Saw. The high-carbon tool steel teeth zip right through your job.
For secure sawing, the blade locks open while you’re working so there’s no danger of having the blade fold back on you. To release the blade, just push the lock button and fold the blade back into the handle. The textured handle with rubber overmolding provides a secure, non-slip grip and is drilled to accept a lanyard. Manual opening.
Release Year: 2016
Discontinued Year: 2017
There is no mechanical assist, such as SpeedSafe, used to open the folding knife. It opens the classic, old-school way.
Found on the Kershaw Folding Saw, it locks the saw blade open during use, then releases with the push of a button for storage.
- Push-button lock
- Steel: High-carbon steel, nickle-plated
- Handle: Glass-filled nylon, rubber overlay
- Blade Length: 7 in. (17.8 cm)
- Closed Length: 9.25 in. (23.5 cm)
- Overall Length: 16.25 in. (41.3 cm)
- Weight: 9.2 oz. (260.8 g)