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14.8 inches is a little long to be what I call packable, I carry a Browning folding saw and a pair if small prunners, the prunners can handle anything uo to about finger size and I use the saw for bigger stuff. One advantage I do see is having the added reach.
 

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14.8 inches is a little long to be what I call packable, I carry a Browning folding saw and a pair if small prunners, the prunners can handle anything uo to about finger size and I use the saw for bigger stuff. One advantage I do see is having the added reach.
I'm saying for preseason or shooting lanes to make cutting those finger sized trees much easier when your cutting 10 or more

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14.8 inches is a little long to be what I call packable, I carry a Browning folding saw and a pair if small prunners, the prunners can handle anything uo to about finger size and I use the saw for bigger stuff. One advantage I do see is having the added reach.
I'm saying for preseason or shooting lanes to make cutting those finger sized trees much easier when your cutting 10 or more

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I'm saying for preseason or shooting lanes to make cutting those finger sized trees much easier when your cutting 10 or more

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Gotcha, sorry about that, the word packable led me to believe you were going to carry them hunting. Any tool like that sure makes the job easier, I have an extendable pole saw with a lopper of sorts on the end that works well for trimming limbs from the ground or stand, I also use a pair of ratcheting pruners that will do some pretty big stuff.
 
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