''Northern King'' fallers saw

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''Northern King'' fallers saw

Postby TheLastAxeman » November 1st, 2015, 4:38 pm

Anyone here heard of a saw by the name of ''Northern King''? Any clue who made it? It seems to be a cheaper saw. Specs: Falling, champion tooth, 5' 6'' long, 2'' wide. Thickness unknown. I'll post a pic sometime later.
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Re: ''Northern King'' fallers saw

Postby Trailsawyer » November 1st, 2015, 10:37 pm

The Northern King name was used buy Marshall Wells Hardware.
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=509&p=1424&hilit=northern+king#p1424
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Re: ''Northern King'' fallers saw

Postby TheLastAxeman » November 2nd, 2015, 7:38 am

Thanks! Unfortunately the saw is too far gone. The only place that doesn't have pits going almost halfway thru the saw plate is where the logo is. It was once a decent saw. My friend (norwegian teenage blacksmith and woodsman wonder) found it in his grandpa's woods near Bloomer WI. Also the saw looks like it got pinched in a tree, and in the yanking it got twisted, and it looks like somebody desperately tried to hammer it straight. Then said imaginary person left it out there for dead. Snakey saw.
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