Gerber E-Z Saw

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Gerber E-Z Saw -
Every hunter's field pack should have one of these handy saws. Co-molded rigid thermoplastic and Softgrip™ handle ensures a safe and sure grip. The sharp 3-1/4" blade is corrosion-resistant surgical stainless steel and is ideal for splitting the pelvic bone on big-game animals. E-Z Saw comes with a durable nylon sheath.


  • Corrosion-resistant surgical stainless steel
  • Sharp 3-1/4" blade
  • Thermoplastic, Softgrip handle
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Gerber E-Z Saw Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good but....

Have used this for several years now and dressed at least 7 or 8 deer. This is a good blade for making sure u don't rupture bladder. Don't try to saw wood as it will be a long time. Blade is too short for quick cutting. Don't know how somebody broke the blade unless maybe they were twisting or bending it. Another option is the wire saw which my friend says works faster.
1archer at Cabelas on 09/01/2013

Quick no mess

this is a great product for a cheap price. once you gut the deer you just cut the pelvic bone with the saw and its ready to be hung up for skinning or whatever you do with it
lester1295 at Cabelas on 12/16/2013

Good practical saw

This saw works well for Antelope and smaller Deer. Is good for cutting pelvic bone without rupturing bladder. Good in tight areas.
LopeTracker at Cabelas on 01/24/2012

Negative Reviews:

This saw sucks

I am a Gerber fan and love their knives but this saw is awful for cutting through the pelvic bone on deer. The teeth are too large and the saw gets stuck. The orange handled one with the small teeth is a much better choice.
Rooster7 at Cabelas on 01/05/2014