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Old July 17, 2011, 08:44 PM   #7
FrankenMauser
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A Sawzall is nice, but I prefer a good hand saw, or bone saw. You have more control over the cut and the bone chips. In addition, a good pair of lopping shears works very well for removing legs from smaller big game (Antelope, White tail, etc. - chopping straight through bone or joints).
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