John Dempsey wrote:I have also listened to enough electric saws in my life, it is what inhave done for a living for many many years and i just have to escape it. Plus, in a weird way i think it separates me too much from nature, take that how ya will. I really appreciate all of the advice and recommendations, i watched the cordwood challenge and it sure looks tough, right now i am still young enough with enough vinegar leftbin me that if i have to trade the extra work for the peace and quiet, i will.
Dan Sawyer wrote:The saw looks pretty worn down, but that may just be the angle at which it's leaning.
Phil Stevens wrote:John - I cut lots of fuelwood around my place with a Silky hand saw. It sees year-round use for pruning, thinning, clearing deadfall, and general tree care. Pretty much everything the size of my arm and smaller gets cut by hand, and larger stuff is usually a coin toss until it reaches thigh diameter. That's when the chainsaw wins.
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