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Weaver Leather Pole Saw Scabbard - #08-02025

Weaver Leather Pole Saw Scabbard - #08-02025
SKU: WV-08-02025MPN: 08-02025GTIN/UPC: 000399169104
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  • Made in the United States of America!
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Product Description

Fits the following saws: Fanno #FI-1125s-B, Seymour Smith #20-B and Bartlett #4402--scabbard features an 18" long strap with eight hole adjustments (maximum 3-1/2" opening).

  • Protect pole saw teeth with these strap-on scabbards
  • Constructed of lockstitched and riveted top grain steer hide harness leather
  • Nickel-plated dee ring for securing scabbard to saddle, allowing you to take a pole saw into a tree
  • Scabbards secure to blade with a 5/8" wide strap (made from top grain steer hide harness leather on the leather style and black top grain steer hide leather on the belting styles)
  • Features a clip and d-ring for easy attachment to saddle when working above ground


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