A chainsaw in the kitchen

BobUrban Posted By BobUrban, Jul 30, 2012 at 7:03 AM

  1. BobUrban

    BobUrban
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    Been a while since I have had time to get to the shop and play but I was able to finish up a few orders this weekend and start a bunch of new blades. Here is one I thought might be appreciated by those who run saws.

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  2. smoke show

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  3. Eatonpcat

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    Very nice Bob. Good to see you back posting.
     
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    Love that knife! Kinda like a santoko.
     
  7. lukem

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    Where do you put the gas and oil?
     
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  8. BobUrban

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    Thanks everyone. Just a little hobby of mine is to take things that were once something else and turn them into knives. I like working with the chainsaw chain because it incorporates 2 of my hobby/obsessions.
     
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    Neat to see what some of the members can do with metal, wood, clay, etc. . . . about the most technical thing I can do with metal is mix up equal parts of JB Weld and crudely fuse things together. ;)
     

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