Testing out a new saw

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  1. stuff

    stuff Scout Bushclass I

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    It was a great day outside today. 78 and sunny. I bought a 24" trailblazer saw and wanted to try it out. I was having so much fun I did not take very many pics but here are a few.

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    Made a bushbench. I used the tree as a back rest.

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    It worked out fine for eating my PBJ for lunch. Next time I'm going to use a bigger log and split it in two to make a flatter seat.

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    Duel purpose chair. Using it as a saw horse worked AWESOME. Next Ohio meet we have to make one of these for processing wood. It's much easier to cut standing up vs kneeling on the ground.

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    I'm going to sleep good tonight and be sore tomorrow. Overall I'm really pleased with the saw. I think it will make a great addition to the arsenal. Thanks for looking.
     
  2. gee something

    gee something Tracker Bushclass I

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    I was worried you might have run out of steam in the wood-processing-engine known as Stuff...good to see you're still going strong. :4:
     
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    DCP Guide Bushclass I

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    Pickup an extra blade when you can. They are hard to come by lately.
     
  4. One Legged Josh

    One Legged Josh Dirt Merchant Supporter Bushclass I Bushclass Instructor

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    You need saxon there to split all that for you. Good stuff, Stuff.
     
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    RangerJoe Bushwhacker Bushclass II

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    Your a wood processing monster
     
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    Will do thanks for the tip.
     
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    Suspectdevice Supporter Supporter Bushclass I

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    Yes! I'm glad you got me the saw I've been asking for!
     

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