David's Crosscut Saws and Sharpening
Crosscut saw sharpening, cleaning, sales and purchasing

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Kenneth Wagner said:   June 8, 2017 2:09 pm PST
It was great to meet you in KlamathFalls, Oregon at the Horse Packing Wilderness Skills Clinic. I'll be speaking with you soon about purchasing my first crosscut saw.

Joe Mallon said:   April 11, 2017 3:08 pm PST
Hi, i have an old two man crosscut saw that has been in my family for about 30 years. My late grandfather spent his youth working in the logging camps in New Hampshire during the great depression and frequently told storys of his time logging. I have always appreciated and enjoyed the traditional methods for felling trees. I have 24 acres of heavily wooded property on a mountain in West Virginia and would love to get this saw back into good enough condition to go out and reliably cut. If possible i would like to send you some photos of the saw and get a quote. Thank you for your time

Randall Erickson said:   January 13, 2017 12:26 pm PST
After purchasing my first crosscut saw afew years back, it quickly became apparent that I would also need a skilled individual to "tune" that saw. I was fortunate enough to find David Brizendine. After sending my 4.5' Curtis Crosscut Saw to him, it is now a leathal weapon against any log unfortunate enough to come in contact with it. This man knows his craft. Hats off to you David.... and thanks for your service.

Kevin said:   December 8, 2016 2:00 pm PST
If you are reading this site you are obviously not a regular person and most people think you have something wrong with you since you actually want to cut wood, for starters, and not only cut wood, but do it with a crosscut saw! A saw that Dave has worked over is just plain satisfying to use because it makes this wonderful tool as efficient as it can be. I can not believe how fast it will slice though what we call rock Maple here in the Maritimes of Eastern Canada. A good honest man that knows his trade like few others and charges too little as far as I'm concerned. Thanks Dave.

Steve Adams said:   September 28, 2016 7:08 am PST
Hi David, Our organization has received a grant from the Idaho Community Foundation to purchase saws and sharpening tools for our trails program. Would be interested in knowing what you have available

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