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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildrose View Post
    I doubt autopsy saws are disposable, they look heavy duty. They probably just clean them well between uses.
    Yea, you wouldn't want to cause an infection in a corpse.

    I use my battery powered Saws-all. Hacksaw blades have very fine teeth but check for replacement blades with fewer teeth.

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    IF anything www.budk.com usually has cheap field dressing kits, not as good as a real hunter's bone saw or butcher's saw but cheap. You can usually find a horn and antler saw for 30-50$, they'll work well too http://www.butcher-packer.com has some options
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