Troop On-line Activity #14 - Parts of an Saw
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
A book never written: “A Hiking Nightmare” by Dee Hydrated.
Saying (to think about)
There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.
Below is a picture of the parts of a typical bowsaw used for sawing wood into lengths at camp. The wing nut is used for tightening the blade to ensure it is straight. The pins allow you to hook the blade onto the saw frame making it easy to change it if you release the tension. You can find more information about the bowsaw here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowsaw
Below is a picture of a collapsible bowsaw (collapsed and assembled). These are often used for camping trips since they are lighter and easier to carry then an axe or a bowsaw.
A bucksaw is a very similar saw that you may also encounter. It has the same parts as a bowsaw, just arranged slightly differently, especially if it is homemade. Below is an example of a homemade bucksaw. You can find more information about the bucksaw here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucksaw
Bowsaw parts quiz
1) Check the box next to the name of the part that should go in the red box (the black line points to the part on the bowsaw).
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2) Check the box next to the name of the part that should go in the red box (the black line points to the part on the bowsaw).
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3) Check the box next to the name of the part that should go in the red box (the black line points to the part on the bowsaw).
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4) Check the box next to the name of the part that should go in the red box (the black line points to the part on the bowsaw).
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5) Check the box next to the name of the part that should go in the red box (the black line points to the part on the bowsaw).
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