Lynx One Man Log Saw

lynx log saw
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Lynx Log Saw Review By: I.Ball

Manufacturer: Thomas Flinn & Co.

Tool Type: Log Saw

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This Lynx One Man Log Saw review covers the Log Saw made by Thomas Flinn & Co (Sheffield).

The Lynx One Man Log Saw is a traditional saw used for cutting logs quickly by hand. The saw can also be used as a Two Man Saw.

This type of saw is traditionally used in forestry however it is now also popular amongst people looking to cut logs for their woodburners, people looking for a green form of tooling and people enjoying a nostalgic hands-on sawing experience.

The Lynx One Man Log Saw is available with the choice of two teeth type options:

     - Great American Tooth
     - Champion Tooth



lynx log saw

The Great American Tooth version of the Lynx One Man Log Saw was the flagship version of this One Man Log Saw which has been made since 2004, the Champion Tooth saw has been made since about 2020.

The Lynx One Man Log Saw is available in two sizes:

     - 3ft
     - 4ft

The saw is controlled with the use of a Beech handle and Beech auxiliary front handle. The handle is secured to the blade with the use of four nuts.

The blade is marked with the Lynx etching 'E.Garlick & Son, Sawmakers, For Over A Centruy, Lynx Brand, Lynx, Made In Sheffield, England'.


lynx log saw

This Log Saw can be resharpened again and again with the use of a large saw file.

This saw will be one which will be wanted to use again and again and will be handed down to many generations to come.

It is possible to buy a replacement auxiliary front, top handle for the One-Man Log Saw.

This replacement handle should fit most old One-Man Log Saws where a hole is drilled in the right position towards the top end of the blade at the front (nose) end.

'The auxiliary front handle secures to the saw by means of a steel fitting which allows it to be slid onto the blade, a specially shaped washer to line the blade and handle up correctly, and a rivet which slots through the hole in the blade. The handle is then tightened-up by turning the handle in a screwing motion until rigid.'

Usually supplied in a long, thin cardboard box.



Cautions / Notes

* Important: please refer to the 'disclaimer' at the foot of this review.
* Wearing safety clothing and eye protection is usually a good idea to help protect against injury.

- This tool has sharp parts, take suitable precautions when using/handling/storing the tool to prevent injury.


Dimensions

Blade Length - 3ft or 4ft

Teet Style - Great American Tooth or Champion Tooth


Blade Markings - 'E.Garlick & Son, Sawmakers, For Over A Centruy, Lynx Brand, Lynx, Made In Sheffield, England'



Manufactured Dates

2004 - Today






References

- Thomas Flinn & Co.


Disclaimer

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(ii) This review may give warning(s) / advisory notes / cautions / guidelines given in good faith however any such information should not be solely relied upon and should not be seen as the exhaustive list of warnings / advisory notes / cautions / guidelines. Refer to disclaimer note (i) for information on safety, as well as the good health of your tool. In addition refer to good safety practices for the safety of you and others. Refer to good practices for the good health of your tool and property.
(iii) The details here are given in good faith, there is scope for error and shouldn't be fully relied upon, please be aware the details may also become out of date due to manufacturer changes to the product, please confirm any details for yourself by performing additional research from reliable sources.




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