Bucking saws were
used to cut the log into lengths after the tree was on the ground.
They are thicker from the tooth to the back than falling saws.
Due to the extra metal in these saws, they are stiffer and much
easier for one person to operate when bucking a log. Western style
saws are toothed to the very end and will not accept loop style
handles. I usually have saws available from 60" through 96".
Prices vary on individual saw condition. Contact me for current
availability and prices.