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Chainmate Cm-24ssp 24-inch Survival Pocket Chain Saw with Pouch


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  • Gather fire wood fast.
  • Carbon steel teeth
  • Light weight and portable
  • Made in the USA, built to last.
  • Complete with pouch and belt clip
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  • ASIN: B00JAQIAT8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (681 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,206 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It's very compact and easy to use.
Jay Rule
A great item to have for your campsite & easily cuts the wood for a campfire very quickly.
PK
This item is a great item and a must to put in your camping pack or bug out bag.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

363 of 371 people found the following review helpful By Hedonism Bot on July 17, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is the real deal w/ the modified carbon steel chainsaw blades - not the crappy model w/ the thin folding-saw type blade.
This thing EATS wood and weighs nothing!! It takes a little bit of effort but you can chew through a hardwood tree half a foot thick in literally a couple minutes; half that if you use two people (one on each end).
My only advice would be to spray it down with some wd-40 before you head out to smooth out the action and reduce kinks.

Would def. recommend if you're into winter/fall camping and overnight hunting.
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When I was setting up a very basic camping kit, one of the things I purchased was this Chainmate Survival Saw. One of the suggestions that John "Lofty" Wiseman made in his SAS Survival Handbook was to purchase a flexible saw to put in a survival kit. He also recommended adding certain items to an old tobacco tin (or something along those lines). I agreed with Wiseman's suggestions and decided to add a few things to this basic survival/camping packet in an old tobacco tin and seal it with masking tape. Some of the things that will fit in a tin are Tinder Quik Fire Tabs, an Emergency Fire Starter and some UCO Stormproof Matches. Together they can figuratively (and perhaps literally) be a lifesaver when you need to start a fire in inclement weather.

This flexible Chainmate Survival Saw is much more compact that many others that come with large rings. Wiseman says that when you get your saw, in order to protect it "from rust and breakage cover it in a film of grease" and that these saws "can be used to cut even quite large trees." I haven't attempted any large trees, but I have no doubt that if need be I wouldn't have a problem. This 24-inch saw is in a convenient pouch that can be tucked inside a backpack or, if you prefer, can be worn on a belt. This Chainmate Survival Saw is a fantastic bargain that you might want to add to your list of "needs" and "must haves" to your camping/survival pack.

After this video was shot we cut through a hardwood tree 8" in diameter. It took a few minutes, but it was amazingly easy.
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91 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Keren on June 5, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I am a woman, 5'7", 123 lbs. With this and a length of 550 cord, I made short work of cutting through huge branches that were easily 15-20 feet beyond my reach. I second the recommendation of a quick spray of WD 40. A really great tool to have and definitely one for the Go Bag.
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132 of 144 people found the following review helpful By josh82 on April 26, 2011
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This saw is great for yard work! I was using a handsaw for some tree branch removal and getting really ticked off. This saw cuts much better and doesn't get stuck nearly as often. You get a lot more work done with less effort. The chain eliminates awkward sawing positions in tight spaces. It works much better than I expected.
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214 of 240 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on January 7, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This Chainmate "Survival Pocket Chain Saw" rips through wood with amazing ease! I used this to cut a 2" diameter branch in less than 30 seconds. Here are my observations:

+ Compact; takes up very little space in the backpack
+ Efficient; the chain saw blades cut through wood almost like butter
+ Easy to Use; just wrap the blade around the offending branch, take a handle in each hand, and move it back and forth
+ Includes Pouch; can be carried on belt (a little large) or in your backpack

I have nothing negative to say about this one at all.

Highly Recommended!

CFH
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75 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Anonanarch1911 on August 30, 2011
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I wanted to wait for more than a dowel to go through this saw before i took the time to write a review. Hurricane Irene provided a perfect opportunity to flex its muscles and it excelled! the storm pulled a 20' long and 5" thick branch out of the maple in front of my house and propped it against the adjacent sycamore: a peril to anyone walking past which would likely still be there considering a tree in my neighborhood still blocks a roadway three days after the storm! after pulling it down with 550 paracord i went at it with my Chainmate pocket chain saw. cutting out the splintered joint and higher parts i managed to clear an obstruction from my property and secure an excellent bow stave with 15 minutes worth of work. I only needed to make 2 cuts. today i was walking my dog at a local park and brought it along in the hopes of doing some covert bow stave recovery if i happened across any other downed trees of manageable size. while none such presented themselves one formidable sycamore had fallen against another tree, its trunk and four lowest branches making the foot path almost impassable. on my way back through i stopped, secured my dog at a safe distance and had at them. i would not carry a coglan''s style folding or other such pack saw into the bush without a hatchet to begin with so bearing that in mind i can say that this saw is better than a folding saw. i would carry this and my Estwing No.1 sportsman's axe into any woodland area. its a bike chain with carbon steel teeth - keep it oiled and clean! i learned that lesson after the soaked bark of the maple gummed up the chain. using a tool that does not require fine motor control, as can deteriorate when suffering from hypothermia, can save your life versus a hatchet that requires accurate strikes and i believe practice. Instructions: place chain on wood teeth side down, grab handles, pull this way and that way.
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