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Chainsaw with a laser?

Post in 'The Gear' started by scooby074, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. scooby074

    scooby074 Feeling the Heat

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    If the 90's taught me anything, its that everything is better with laser:p


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  2. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    Interesting.......

    For felling trees? There are already marks on the saw?

    For bucking to length ????? They may be onto something.

    What's the cost?
  3. nate379

    nate379 Guest

    They just need to make it powerful enough so it can cut wood!
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  4. pen

    pen There are some who call me...mod. Staff Member

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  5. Wildo

    Wildo Feeling the Heat

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    I can see it know cops shoot crazed individual with laser guided chainsaw.
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  6. Butcher

    Butcher Minister of Fire

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    Why does everyone have to make burning wood so damned complicated? Cut down tree, buck said tree into lengths, split said tree and stack to dry, open door to woodstove and throw chuncks of wood in to heat home and cook over, repeat prossess as needed.
  7. Wildo

    Wildo Feeling the Heat

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    a laser won't help when buckin' a hockey stick
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  8. DexterDay

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    It is easy to "buck it up"... Unless you have a complex that makes your splits 18" (plus or minus 1/8") ;)


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  9. Wildo

    Wildo Feeling the Heat

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    Lotta bare ground there, looks like you are running a few cords low
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  10. DexterDay

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    Nah. Look in the 1st pic. It shows the Shed and 8 wood racks behind the garage. Then there is the Barn (that's where I am taking the pics from) It has wood in it too :)

    If I run short. I've been robbed or....... That's all I can think of?

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  11. Wildo

    Wildo Feeling the Heat

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    or not.
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  12. scooby074

    scooby074 Feeling the Heat

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    Dont know what the cost is, curious myself.
    Its of little use to me though, I dont fret over my rounds being +/- a couple inches, but for some here that obsess over their splits and stacks it could be of use, certainly looks like it is more convenient than those magnet and stick systems that some on here use.
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    Now I need to start taking batteries for the chainsaw.
    My stick on the bar is still working well . :)
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    Does it come with glasses so you can see it In the sun?
  17. Who cares about the laser. I want to know when I can order the remote control chainsaw that hovers and doesn't need an operator to hold it.
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  18. TreePointer

    TreePointer Minister of Fire

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    It needs to be installed on a Poulans. WoodSharks with laserbeams!

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    ahhhhh......hmmmmmm.....$25 and my Mingo marker keeps me within 1/2 inch or less......but I do just LOVE toys;em!
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    I just want the flying RC saw!
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    Ralphie Boy Minister of Fire

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    Yeah! A saw controlled by thought waves! Now there's a toy! I think I'll just stay in bed a little longer and get those 2 big white oaks cut and maybe that old shagbark while I'm thinking about it!;lol

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