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Oct- 3, 1950
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K. KUEMMERLING
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2,524,110
SAW SCABBARD
Filed May 16, 1949
IN VEN TOR.
KARL KUEMMERL/NG
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Patented Oct.’ 3, 1950
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Application May 16, 19119,,iSerial N0,.|_‘93,489 ,
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The inventionrelates ‘to scabbards "for saws '
Fig. 2 an edge elevation-of the same;-‘- ‘» “i
and more ‘particularly to- asawscabbard for use
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Fig. 3 la'ilongitudinalsection, taken ‘entire ‘line
by tree surgeons, arborists, nurserymen and or
chardists.
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Fig; 4' a fragmentary sectional view through
the upper portion of the improved saw scabi
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‘It is frequently ‘necessary for tree surgeons 3
and others to carry a saw up-intO a tree in order
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Fig. and
5 an enlarged, transverse sectionali'view,
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to remove branches therefrom, and since both
hands ‘are required for climbing in the tree, it
taken’on the ‘line 5>-~‘5, Figs. 1 and 2' ,'
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“has long "been customary for such workmen to
Referring now “more particularly to‘ the con‘
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hang the saw from their belts.
struction illustrated in the drawing, in which
However, considerable danger is incurred by
similar numerals refer to similar parts through
this practice as in descending from a tree the
out, the scabbard includes the two side members
saw may be de?ected upward by a branch, caus
in and HI, preferably formed of leather such as
ing injury to the workman or damage to his
cow hide, the inner side member IEI, which is
clothing. For this reason leather scabbards have
carried toward the body when the scabbard is
been adopted to some extent for carrying such
worn, having the ‘substantially rounded upper
saws, but these scabbards have not proven en
end portion l2 extending some distance beyond‘
tirely satisfactory as they have been quickly cut
the arcuate upper edge l3 of the outer side
' and damaged by the teeth of the saw engaging
member H, so that the handle 14 of the saw 15
20 is exposed whereby it may be easily grasped to
the inner surfaces of the leather scabbard.
It is therefore an object of the present inven
remove the saw from the scabbard.
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tion to provide a saw scabbard which will over- _
come these disadvantages.
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Although the scabbard shown in the drawing
' "is slightly curved’ to accommodate certain types
Another object is to provide a saw scabbard"
which may be suspended from the belt of the 25
user and which is provided with guard means
for preventing the saw teeth from contacting the
inner walls of the scabbard.
A further object is to provide such a saw scab
bard having longitudinal guard strips of leather
or the like upon the inner walls of the scabbard
to prevent the saw teeth from coming into con
tact with and damaging, the side walls of the
of curved saws used in tree surgery, it should
be understood that a straight scabbard embody
ing the features of the invention may bepro
vided for holding the conventionalstraight saw.
The side members I!) and l l of the scabbard are
spaced apart by means of the spacer strips I6 and
ll, of leather‘ or the like. These spacer‘ strips 1
are connected to the edge portion of the side
members it) and H, as by stitching indicated at
18 which may be reinforced by rivets lQ-at op
posite ends of the spacer strips and also around
scabbard.
A still further object is to provide a saw scab 35 the lower end of the scabbard.
bard having a cleanout opening near its lower
A cleanout opening 20 is formed in the lower
end for removing twigs, leaves, sawdust and the ‘ portion of the scabbard, between the adjacentv
like which may accumulate within the lower end
ends of the spacer strips, to permit the removal .
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of twigs, leaves, sawdust and the like which may
Another object is to provide such a scabbard 40 accumulate in the lower end of the scabbard.
of the scabbard.
with means thereon for supporting a can of "
paint'such as is used upon trees.
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The above and other objects, apparent from
the drawing and following description, may be
attained, the above described difficulties vover
1As best shown in Figs. 1 and 3, the spacer strip ’ '
ll terminates at a point below the. upper edge
53 of the outer side member’ H so as to facilitate
removal of‘ the saw from the scabbard and replac- '
ing of the saw therein.
come and the advantages and’ results obtained
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For the purpose of preventing the teeth of the
saw from coming into contact‘ with the inner,
walls of the side members [0 and I I and damag
ing the same, guard strips 2| and 22,lextending
by the construction, arrangement and parts
which comprise the present invention, a pre
ferred embodiment of which, illustrative of the
best mode in which applicant has contemplated 50 longitudinally through the scabbard,are attached
applying the principle, being set forth in detail
to the inner sides of the side members Ill and II
in the following description and illustrated in
respectively, as by stitching indicated at 23,,
the accompanying drawing, in which:
these guard strips being preferably formedvof
, Figure 1 is a, side elevation of a saw scabbard
embodying the invention;
cow hide or the like.
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The saw blade I5 is received between these I
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guard strips, as shown in broken lines in Fig. 5,
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so that the saw teeth 24 are held out of contact
and connected to the edge portions of the side
members and terminating at points spaced from
with the side walls 10 and H of the scabbard,
the upper end of the scabbard, a clean-out open
preventing damage thereto.
A harness snap 25, of conventional design, or
some equivalent device, may be attached to the
upper portion of the side wall ID for detachable
connection to the belt of the user so that the
ing between adjacent ends of the spacer strips
at the lower end portion of the scabbard, and
longitudinally disposed guard strips connected to
scabbard with the saw therein’ may be con
the inner surfaces of the side members for con
tact with opposite sides of the saw for holding
the teeth of the saw spaced from said side mem
veniently worn permitting the use of both hands
bers, said guard strips terminating above said
for climbing into trees.
clean-out opening.
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If desiredv a ring or the like, as indicated at 26,
may be attached to the outer side of the Scabbard
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KARL KUEMMERIDIG.
REFERENCES CITED
ofpaint or the like such as is used upon trees, 15 The following references are of record in the
and in order to prevent swinging movement of
?le of this patent:
the paint can relative to the scabbard, leather
UNITED STATES PATENTS
straps 21 and a buckle 28 may be provided for
strapping the paint can against the outside of the‘
Number
Name
Date
scabbard.
757,740
Happe ____________ __ Apr. 19, 1904
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Although the improved saw Scabbard is de
. 1,148,369
Farmer ____ __' ____ __ July 2'7, 1915
signed especially for use by tree surgeons and
1,240,880
Rink ____________ __ Sept. 25, 1917
others working in trees, it should be understood
1,431,487
Puke et al _________ __ Oct. 10, 1922
that it may be used by carpenters and similar
1,888,289
Rallies ____________ __ Nov. 22, 1932
workmen using saws while working upon scaf 26 2,408,678
Paley _____________ __ Oct. 1, 1946
folds, ladders and the like.
FOREIGN PATENTS
I claim:
Number
Country
Date
A scabbard for saws and the like, comprising
near the upper end thereof for supporting a can
side members, spacing strips located between
608
Great Britain ____________ __ 1901
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