Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Wilkes-Barre, PA
Unless you're OK with dropping a couple hundred bucks each there aren't really any reasonably priced high-quality hand saws out there.
The ones you can buy in the big box stores are generally junk steel with over-set, induction hardened teeth that can't be resharpened, and big clunky uncomfortable handles. I personally wouldn't waste my time or cash on those.
I restore, sharpen & tune vintage handsaws, all by hand in my spare time. I used to sell them on eBay, but the fees they charge to sell are so damn high it just wasn't worth it to me to continue to do so.
I'm sharpening and tuning up a tenon saw for another forum member this weekend. I have a good size pile of vintage saws I've picked up along the way that are waiting to be restored, and Im sure I have something that will meet your needs. Shoot me a PM if you're interested in talking about it further.