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I got a shrinking sensation to watch him mess around with no concern for his own safety at all.
BUT, looks useful. In real time, does the change over take a long time to do?


I see the main advantage is that unlike a gas power saw, you could run that indoors.
I have a Remington electric chainsaw that I did run indoors.
It will be months before I get all the sawdust cleaned up!
Just don't. Don't.
 

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There are plenty of legitimate uses for this. People who work carving large pieces of lumber out of trees, ship wrights for instance, use just such a saw. Mine is just cheaper. Although I am a boat builder, I don't know if I'll ever get the chance to use it for that. But just the tinker factor was fun.
 

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Interesting kit. I got an electric chainsaw for just about double of the kit. I have used it in the shop and it does toss the chips a long way!
 
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