Bad Axe hand saws cut beautifully, tracking to your cut lines with uncanny precision. Their effortless, drift-free sawing will increase the accuracy of your work, delighting experienced hand tool users as well as exciting newcomers who have struggled to get accurate cuts using ordinary handsaws. The makers of Bad Axe handsaws have succeeded at building traditional tools that perform the same way they needed to back in the 1800s, when all woodworking production was done by hand and every design detail needed to contribute to the saw's accuracy and efficiency.
For example, on Bad Axe saws the sawbacks are sprung onto the Swedish high-carbon spring steel sawplate's spine so that the user can re-tension the blade when the need arises, removing any twist or distortion. Also the teeth on a Bad Axe saw are hammer set to achieve a uniform kerf for smooth results. Precisely the same height, all the teeth are severing the wood fibers at the same time; they're all engaged. So when you have consistent engagement, with a consistent set, from a rigid re-tensionable tooth line, that's what makes a Bad Axe hand saw cut like it's on rails.
Bad Axe Saws are made by military veterans employed by a veteran-owned business in the U.S.A. and backed by a 100% Lifetime Guarantee against all defects in material and workmanship. Watch Mark Harrell, founder of Bad Axe Tool Works, explain why Bad Axe saws outperform almost any other handsaw on the market.