Best Survival Saw Ever Made: Silky 2000 | Canadian Prepper

A quick demo, I will accept any challenge with this saw! SILKY BIGBOY2000XL

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  1. TheRamster1216
    TheRamster1216 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Wow only 106 strokes of the saw and you've got yourself a good sized log. I that's impressive.

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  2. Wildman
    Wildman 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Awesome 

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  3. Center Mass
    Center Mass 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Would it be a better way to go to get the Silky Bigboy 2000 360MM Medium teeth,saw that is recommended for soft wood, the XL is recomended for Green wood. Anyone know the difference ? Cabela's has both the XL and the 360MM Medium looking to get it next week.

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  4. Central Oregon Survival Network
    Central Oregon Survival Network 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Agree to disagree… Great saw, but expensive. True it willl last a long time, but other cheaper versions will as well. You can get a Corona saw for a fraction of the cost and works very well. I have had my Corona for 3 years and it has never let me down. I am not saying one saw is better then the other, but there are a lot of people that can't afford Silky's products, there are good alternitives. So, best saw ever, well in the eyes of the beholder ok, but maybe not the best… LOL Great demo and it is a amazing product for sure…

    Todd

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  5. highonimmi
    highonimmi 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    it was pretty moist out there….ever tried to saw the wood using some balistol or wd40?  i know it helps other saws keep the binding hags to a minimum…great review:)

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  6. Sutherland420
    Sutherland420 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Take a look at Bob Dustrude buck saw. I find it much better than any folding saw

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  7. Jeremy M
    Jeremy M 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    That thing is sexy.  Damn.  A new toy this close to Christmas?  Tough sell to the wife.

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  8. Noel Trevors
    Noel Trevors 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    For long term, or short term always carry a hatchet or Axe. The saws are great, I have one also. But the blades do break and dull. Then what? I carry a hatchet also as choping, sharping points processing game, a weapon, hammer is all in a hatchet or Axe and will last longer. The saw is awesome and having both at your disposal is even better. 

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  9. Jacob Tyler
    Jacob Tyler 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Very nice. Have you had to sharpen it yet?

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  10. Red October
    Red October 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    WOW! pretty neat saw

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  11. PREPFORIT
    PREPFORIT 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Now that was fast cutting with a very light folding saw.  Never used one before I think I might now.

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  12. celladwella84
    celladwella84 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    It's hilarious how foul mouthed us Canadians actually are lol

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  13. the mi woodsman
    the mi woodsman 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    they make a great saw !

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  14. Nirvana cana
    Nirvana cana 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    look up the chainmate pocket chainsaw, it's way better than this.

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  15. Atimatik Army
    Atimatik Army 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Nice! I just picked up a Silky Gomeboy 300 XL, very similar saw (same XL teeth).  The blade length of mine is about 2 3/8" shorter but that sacrifice shaves some weight and makes it extremely packable in any backpack (it's basically almost exactly a foot long when folded).  I also have a Silky 200 which is another whole 4" shorter than my Gomeboy and is exactly the same length of the Bahco Laplander that everyone seems to loves (and the Silky at the same length rips through a limb about 1/3 faster!).  So now with the larger Gomboy 300 XL (which is about an 1/8" shy of having a 12" blade) it feels like I have a devastating little serious felling machine!  Can't imagine what the Silky 2000 XL feels like (with it's 14 3/16" blade) you guys have there, although I wonder if you get diminishing returns up to that point?  All of these saws are awesome and fit different rolls depending on pack weight considerations and the mission at hand.  IMO, Silky saws are numeral uno of the folding saw world.

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  16. Marco Rubio
    Marco Rubio 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    Definitely adding this to the list

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  17. Rob Lambert
    Rob Lambert 1 June, 2016, 01:02

    This one looks viable. I'm always skeptical of the cheap saws. One has to weigh the calories burned to saw wood vs. Chopin it. In this case the saw looks to be the better option. Definitely worth the 50 bucks

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