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    Sharp Shooter kaptainkoolz's Avatar
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    Anyone know what this might be worth?

    Im just looking to see if anyone has any information about this hand saw I have. Found it in a barn up north about 10 years ago.




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    Re: Anyone know what this might be worth?

    no, misread your post.
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    Re: Anyone know what this might be worth?

    old school hand chainsaw
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    Re: Anyone know what this might be worth?

    I believe....you could probably get $30-50. That said, this type of saw is still in some production...but...so are 1911s.... Value is subject to the buyer....you might try sending pics via email to some logging museums...cause that's their bag baby....might even get a nice offer from them. tiphatt
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    Re: Anyone know what this might be worth?

    I wonder if any italian hitman might use this

    but it would be a good survival saw i would think.

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    Re: Anyone know what this might be worth?

    I believe....you could probably get $30-50. That said, this type of saw is still in some production...but...so are 1911s.... Value is subject to the buyer....you might try sending pics via email to some logging museums...cause that's their bag baby....might even get a nice offer from them.
    Good idea i will try that

    but it would be a good survival saw i would think.
    it cuts well but the whole package is really heavy and it rusts easily

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    Re: Anyone know what this might be worth?

    it would look cool next to some other antiques.

    they call it a pocket chainsaw. I looked on google briefly and didnt see any that looked like yours most where more modern

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