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Unread 12-19-2012, 04:47 PM   #1
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Default Wow this saw makes it easy

To cut some oak pieces that are about 6 in in diameter. Ive had the oak in the back yard for some years not able to use it because they were too big to use in my grill. I cut the wood down to about 3 in chunks.I think this is a great saw good price, I hope the quality is there to last. I will post some pictures when I can.


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Unread 12-19-2012, 04:52 PM   #2
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Cool little saw
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that looks handy
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Not bad for 50 bucks cut through the hard oak like butter, came with a cool bag too.
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I use my antique sawzall for that.
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cool saw, just becareful holding little logs when cutting.
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I use my sawzall with the tree pruning blade. Just be careful if you use it, it's brutally sharp.
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Agreed about holding the wood need to be careful. Yeah I could have bought a saws all but just need something for around the house that was inexpensive and easy to use.
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I just use my $20 sawzall from harbor freight. that's a neat little saw though
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We used one of these splitting chunks of firewood for our deer blinds up at deer camp this fall. Works like a champ and no electricity required. I would recommend this to anybody.

http://www.kotulas.com/deals/Product...p:OrderItemAdd
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I bought a JawSaw to use for trimming back a bunch of Laurel bushes around the yard.


Handled everything I threw at it up to 4", anything larger I have a 20" chainsaw. Use a Shopsmith with a bandsaw to cut lengths into smoker chunks.

The Alligator Lopper is another option you might consider.

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We used one of these splitting chunks of firewood for our deer blinds up at deer camp this fall. Works like a champ and no electricity required. I would recommend this to anybody.

http://www.kotulas.com/deals/Product...p:OrderItemAdd
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I bought a JawSaw to use for trimming back a bunch of Laurel bushes around the yard.

WORX JawSaw --¬*As Seen on TV - YouTube

Handled everything I threw at it up to 4", anything larger I have a 20" chainsaw. Use a Shopsmith with a bandsaw to cut lengths into smoker chunks.

The Alligator Lopper is another option you might consider.

Black & Decker Alligator Lopper - 4.5 AMP Electric Chain Saw (LP1000) - YouTube
These are nice too almost bought the B&D one.
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