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Wire Saw

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If you’re looking for a lightweight yet tough Wire Saw, look no further.

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Lightweight Stainless Steel Survival Wire Saw for Tree Limbs

Emergency preparedness can mean a lot of different things. Sometimes, it is about finding or creating a safe shelter when you are lost in the woods. Other times, it is being able to find wood so you can make a fire for cooking or simply not freezing to death. In these situations, a Wire Saw is definitely going to come in handy. Having a wire saw for tree limbs will not take up a lot of space in your inventory, and when the time comes, it could save your life.

Surviving Requires Preparation

If you want to be able to survive emergency situations, or any situation that is going to test your skills as an outdoorsman, one of the best steps you can take is acquiring a survival kit. These kits are assembled with particular scenarios in mind, featuring items with different uses, all of which contribute to the purpose of exerting control over a particular emergency or outdoor survival scenario.

A comprehensive outdoor survival kit would probably not just have its own tent for shelter but also its own fire starter or tinder kit so you can make campfires without any trouble. Everything in this type of kit would be geared towards allowing you to use your survival skills in order to make it possible to live independently in the woods. With this survival kit and some survival skills, any camping trip can become a lot more comfortable and livable.

On the other hand, emergency survival kits are for actual survival rather than scenarios that just test your survival skills. A flood or calamity rescue survival kit might even have a lengthy, foldable rope ladder for getting in and out of desperate situations. It could also come with several feet of military-grade paracord, which is a strong lightweight rope that has hundreds of survival applications.

A bug out survival kit would be a combination of an emergency kit and an outdoor recreational survival kit. Besides your own personal effects, this type of kit could be designed to cater to any number of scenarios, as you never know what is going to require you to ‘bug out’ and leave the comfort of home for a survival scenario. In a kit like this, you will likely find flashlights and batteries because darkness alone can be enough to complicate most survival situations.

All of these kits are representative of what some survival experts are expecting from the scenarios for which the kits are made. But the reality is, in any and all survival scenarios, you can’t predict exactly what you are going to encounter. That is why you need tools and equipment that are universally useful, whatever the emergency or survival scenario may be.

What Can the Wire Saw Do?

As you might surmise from its name, this device is a wire that can be used as a saw for cutting wood. This 21-inch stainless steel multi-strand cutting wire also features swivel points for easier handling. Because of its design, it is a highly portable device that can be coiled into a compact shape for easy transport and carry.

Just be careful when you put it in your pocket, as the device is quite sharp. Do not forget, despite taking up an almost trivial amount of space, it is still designed to cut through wood. So, treat it as you would any normal knife or saw: with utmost care as not to cut yourself or anyone else.

Different Ways to Use the Wire Saw

Put your pointing finger in one of the metal rings attached to the saw. Wrap it around the piece of wood you are planning to cut. Use your other pointing finger to grab the other metal ring on the other end. Put a foot on the piece of wood, and use your own weight to keep it in place as you work. You are now ready and in position to cut some wood.

With your foot, a knee, or another person holding the piece of wood securely in place, pull on one of the metal rings to make the first cut, and then pull on the other metal ring to make another cut. Your first pulls or cuts can be light ones. This will give your Wire Saw a small groove or trench in the wood to work in, allowing you to cut the wood better, cleaner, and ultimately faster.

Once the survival Wire Saw blade has dug itself in, you can start pulling faster and with more energy. Get a rhythm going; it will allow you to work a lot more efficiently. As you will experience when cutting wood with your own two hands, starting can be tricky.

For amateurs, it is better to start slow when getting the saw’s teeth to bite into the wood, but once you get it moving, all you need is a steady rhythm to keep you going until you finish cutting. Stopping in the middle will only exhaust you more, as it can take some work to get a rhythm started again. It would be easier to just not stop moving once you get the hang of using the Wire Saw.

Using a traditional saw and a Wire Saw is the same in the sense that it involves controlling the vibrations between metal and wood. The main difference is that instead of a push-and-pull motion with one hand using a traditional saw, you will need both hands to pull and transfer energy through a wire saw. If you know how a saw works, you should have no trouble using one of the best survival wire saw products on the market.

It Works and Plays Well with Other Tools

With this stainless steel compact Wire Saw survival tool usefulness is an understatement. If you have a Wire Saw, a Survival Knife, and a Flint Striker in your survival kit, you will never have to worry about making a fire. Thinly whittle some tinder from some trees with the Knife, chop off some low-lying branches for fuel with the Saw, and with the Flint Striker, you can start roasting some marshmallows.

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