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    I agree with you. But as someone who used a chainsaw before losing my mobility, I would also add that using these power tools needs both physical strength as well as balance to use them safely. Bearing in mind this is a forum for disabled folk, I find it difficult to understand why chainsaws are even being discussed here. These tools are for use by able bodied people!

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    Ah yes, entirely free to cut your other arm off....bloody stupid rule, that!! Still true you split logs with an axe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddivine View Post
    chain saws are for cutting the trees down. Log splitting strictly by axe. Else you stand chance of cutting your foot off. Not to mention you have to have a chainsaw certificate!!!!
    You can make quick work of logs with a chainsaw..

    The pneumatic works well, I'd say, as for the first lumberjack style log splitter, I've known ladies on the allotments who use em to good effect


    J Who missed the chainsaw certificate class due to being in the hospital.. That sucked!

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