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23 Reasons Bowsaws are Worse than Silky Saws

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Finally settle the score! Bowsaw or Silky Saw? Its about time this question be put to bed!

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12 thoughts on “23 Reasons Bowsaws are Worse than Silky Saws

  1. “The Devil Went Up To Canada”

    The Devil went up to Canada. He was lookin’ for a soul to steal.
    He was in a bind ’cause he was way behind. He was willing to make a deal
    When he came across this prepper sawin’ on a log and not gettin’ it caught.
    And the Devil jumped upon a big spruce stump and said “Prepper, let me tell you what.”

    “I guess you didn’t know it, but I’m a old log cutter, too.
    And if you’d care to take a dare I’ll make a bet with you.
    Now you cut a pretty good log there, boy, but give the Devil his due.
    I’ll bet a saw of gold against your soul ’cause I think I’m better than you.”

    The prepper said, “My name’s Nate, and it might be a sin,
    But I’ll take your bet; and you’re gonna regret ’cause Silky’s the best there’s ever been.”

    Nate, grease up your blade and saw your logs real hard.
    ‘Cause Hell’s broke loose in Canada and the Devil deals the cards.
    And if you win you get this shiny wood saw made of gold,
    But if you lose the devil gets your soul.

    The Devil opened up his case and he said, “I’ll start this show.”
    And fire flew from his fingertips as he tightened up his bow.
    And he pulled the bow across the bark and it made an evil hiss.
    And a band of comment trolls joined in and it sounded something like this.

    When the Devil finished, Nate said, “Well, you’re pretty good ol’ son,
    But sit down in that chair right there and let me show you how it’s done.”

    “Saw dust on the Mountain.” Cut, boys, cut!
    The Devil’s in the house of the Inuit;
    Chicken’s in the bread pan picking out dough.
    Granny, does Marshall bite? No, child, no.

    The Devil bowed his head because he knew that he’d been beat.
    And he laid that golden saw on the ground at Nate’s feet.
    Nate said, “Devil, just come on back. If you ever wanna try again,
    I done told you once—you son of a bitch—Silky’s the best that’s ever been.”
    And he played:

    “Saw dust on the Mountain.” Cut, boys, Cut!
    The Devil’s in the house of the Inuit;
    The chicken’s in the bread pan picking out dough.
    Granny, will Marshall bite? No, child, no.

  2. CP you actually have a sense of humor…”Deployed” funny stuff. Sad you have to go to this length to prove the point. There is a level of learning to use each of the saws, but once you master it Silkys kill it. I have 5 different models for different applications, they are my go to every time. The 500 is the biggest model I have so unfortunately when I need something bigger I have to go to a chain saw. I would love to have a 650 but the price is just too high for me. Thanks for showing the side by side it was cool to see the time difference.

  3. But bowsaw’s can be repaired on the field and sharpened easily.
    If a silkysaw breaks or gets dull, you just trow it away and saw with a bamboo.

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