Looks like a good tool for a guy with a heavily wooded yard who also camps a lot. Who also isn't giving me any ideas for a Christmas gift.
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Posted by: ezwater on Nov-24-13 11:17 PM (EST)
the plumber's friend.
Posted by: holmes375 on Nov-25-13 12:21 AM (EST)
It works fine on alders|
Posted by: kayamedic on Nov-25-13 7:38 AM (EST)
Do you want to murder kudzu?
Posted by: andy on Nov-25-13 7:44 AM (EST)
is the tool of choice. Either the Small Forest axe or the Hatchet model.
Waste of money !|
Posted by: Jackl on Nov-25-13 8:21 AM (EST)
From one who lives in the woods!
Posted by: kayamedic on Nov-25-13 10:14 AM (EST)
but anything larger than 0.5 inch diameter its ineffective.
My two Stihls do me fine.|
Posted by: Jackl on Nov-25-13 11:16 AM (EST)
One large and one small and along with my three foot loppers are all I need here in the mpountains.
"So small," She Scythed|
Posted by: canoeswithduckheads on Nov-25-13 9:27 AM (EST)
"So small, " she scythed,
Never git out'ta da boat!|
Posted by: fatelmo on Nov-25-13 12:46 PM (EST)
Yuhz kin sez dat agin!|
Posted by: canoeswithduckheads on Nov-25-13 5:05 PM (EST)
Never git outta duh boat on duh Passaic wenz Colonel Elmo Kurtz 'n duh Montclair Montagnard iz prowlin' 'bout duh pine duff! Dat be uh Hack 'n Head In duz Sack harurh!
get a good pair of pruners|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Nov-25-13 11:15 AM (EST)
Posted by: willi_h2o on Nov-25-13 4:25 PM (EST)
Neat! And only...|
Posted by: tjalmy on Nov-25-13 9:28 PM (EST)
$21 on e-bay! SaberCut may have made a sale...
I've used a very similar product that, |
Posted by: ezwater on Dec-06-13 4:11 PM (EST)
attached to long lines, allows removing high limbs from trees. It certainly does work, though one has to plan the cut so that the chain doesn't get pinched when the limb starts to sag.
Pal is good . . .|
Posted by: mr_canoehead on Dec-02-13 4:55 AM (EST)
Depending on the use - it can be a good tool. In my neck of the woods a saw/axe is more useful, but for clearing willows, brush and such the Pal works.
As to saws -|
Posted by: rpg51 on Dec-02-13 6:22 AM (EST)
its all about the blade. Most bow saws come with blades designed for all around or green wood cutting. Some of the teeth are teeth that serve to clean out the damp daw dust that forms and hinders cutting when you are cutting green or wet wood. Of course, we aren't generally sawing up wood to clear trails and such - we are sawing up dry firewood. So the best blade for our purposes is what is sometimes called a "peg" tooth saw blade without any raker teeth. EVery tooth on these blades cuts the wood. There are no teeth designed only to clean, or rake, out saw dust from the kerf. Try one sometime. They cut through the typical dry wood that we find ourselves working up a LOT easier and faster than the standard raker tooth blades.
The "Lumberjack Song" will draw in |
Posted by: ezwater on Dec-02-13 10:50 PM (EST)
pals of all sorts.
The OP bought the individual in |
Posted by: string on Dec-06-13 10:53 PM (EST)
question 2 dress shirts. They will get a lot more use.
Pal is much too expensive . . .|
Posted by: Glenn_MacGrady on Dec-07-13 3:04 PM (EST)
. . . for a basic machete with a brush hook.
I have a Made in USA Collins cane|
Posted by: string on Dec-09-13 11:42 PM (EST)
knife that puts most machetes to shame. Steel is so hard you can't drill it w/out a press. I bought it when I was 15 making it a half century old.Replaced the grips with cherry.