Easy to use
One of the nicest things about the zip saw is that there are no sharp edges to cut into the internal organs like a knife can. The blade is made of the same surgical steel that's used in bone saws in most hospitals.
Simply push one handle underneath the pelvic bone towards you so that it comes out the backside of the animal. Grab the handle, adjust your grip so that you have a firm grasp on both handles and start to work the saw back and forth. Keeping constant pressure on the saw as it cuts back toward you is key because it prevents the blade from hanging up. Continue to work the saw with even pulls and you'll be through the pelvic bone in no time. It's as simple as that.
Compact and easy to carry
Perhaps the biggest benefit to the zip saw, besides its operation, is its size. By sliding it into the carry pouch, it takes up less room than a standard wallet. Not only does it fit nicely into small pockets in your pack, but it also fits easily into a coat pocket.
Too simple to not use
For as little space and the ease of use it offers, I can honestly say that I will never travel into the woods without my zip saw. No more saws and no more chances of cutting into the intestines. It's a simple product that just works.