bow saw


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bow saw

A saw having a narrow blade which is held taut in a bowed frame.
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Many years ago, I was able to purchase replacement blades for my 36-inch bow saw, which were made in Sweden.
Police discovered a receipt at Brown's flat showing he had spent hundreds of pounds on items including a bow saw, heavy duty gloves, cleaning materials and rubble sacks.
Some bow saws are designed to hold hacksaw blades as well as standard bow saw blades.
Atop one of three hay wagons, a skinny teenage boy with a crew cut stoops down to the rusty junk piled at his feet and hoists a bow saw into the air.
Everyone took a turn using the sturdy, triangle-shaped bow saw to cut through the trunk.
They then cut his body into nine pieces using a jig-saw, an axe and a bow saw before packing the parts in bin liners and laundry bags.
Her helping me to install a new blade in my bow saw would be a fair illustration.
The tools you need at the very minimum include a spade for planting, a bow saw for harvesting, and pruning snips.
I've got a strimmer that I foolishly think makes me look like the bass player from The Clash, a chainsaw, a splitting wedge, a bow saw, and my latest toy, a saw horse.
A 100m section of hedging trees was cut down by an individual using a bow saw on Bagillt foreshore, which looks out on the Dee estuary.
Use a sharp bow saw for thick branches, loppers for those a little smaller and secateurs for twiggy growth.