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Gerber Gator Saw III - Cutting Tools
Gator Saw III
Gator Saw III
Gerber Gator Saw III - Cutting Tools
Gator Saw III
Gator Saw III

Gator Saw III

Item: # 22-41514

This sheathed, packable field saw offers the ultimate in versatility. The collapsible frame format is ideal for long days in the field, and the added wing nut securement ensures your blade stays put. With a bone saw, a wood saw, and a chain saw, you are covered.


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    • Overall Length: 23.25"
    • Weight: 32.00 oz.
    • Blade Type: Coarse/Wood and Fine/Bone
    • Handle: Gator-Grip
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This sheathed, pack able field saw offers the utility of a bow saw in combination with a sporting hack saw... all in a traditional, collapsible frame format. There's a 10" bone saw, a 10" wood saw, and a 20" collapsible chain saw. The handle is Gator gripped. And our wing nut wont go flying off in the field; we've made a special attachment system for that baby.


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  • 1 5
  • |JAN 2, 2018
  • |BY: , Disappointed

Bought this a number of years ago. I’ve used it a reasonable amount and I’m satisfied enough with the saw part, Case is kinda cool. Breaks down reasonably well. My beef with this product is that after inspecting my “bone/meat” blade (reason for purchase) I see that most of the teeth are broken off. I’m wondering how many of these I may have consumed??? Disappointing that you would make a good product then send it out the door with a garbage quality blade. I’m now having a problem to find a 21” blade for it. Maybe it’ll end up in the garbage with the cheap junk blade.

  • 1 5
  • |AUG 26, 2014
  • |BY: , Alaska Guide

Nice saw, couldn't cut any moose bones with it or find replacement blades??

  • 4 5
  • |SEP 29, 2012
  • |BY: , Explorer

Good product, Nice case. I also had lateral flex with the 20" blade, But I love having it to really get cutting on bigger logs or use separately with the supplied hooks. Mine had a problem with the front pin not holding the blade (any of the 3) but a slight grove cut into it solved that. The rear pin was canted so no problems with the blade staying in place on the back. I liked the fine tooth(bone) blade better then the "wood" blade, I found it cut with less effort and I was able to process wood very fast. All in all it was a good purchase. Now I just need to find some replacement blades.

  • 4 5
  • |FEB 28, 2012
  • |BY: , Survival Expert

Very nice tool! The frame has a little too much lateral flex, but appears very strong nonetheless. The flex does not seems to affect the cut when using the 20" chainsaw. I don't know what impresses me more, the saw which is excellently designed or, the carry case which is equally well designed.