I've got a chainsaw question for all you turners: what, in your opinion, is the best chainsaw setup for cutting medium to large bowl blanks out of green logs(hardwoods, including oak, ash, maple, elm, etc.) on a limited budget(under $300). I know that that is a bit low as far as quality chainsaws go, but I'm hoping to stay within that range. Do I need a ripping blade(if that is even a real thing)? Is an 18" bar enough? How many cc's should I be looking for? I'd like to buy something that could also do light duty with an Alaskan Sawmill, but I understand that my budget constraints may not allow this. Thanks for any advice, and if you think I'm way off, don't hesitate to let me know.