I ended up with a huge pile of wood to process and there was a sale so I got a huskee splitter. Now my bark buster splitter sits idle and I would like to sell it. Click on my signature link to check out this style of splitter. Well, thing is, this thing could hurt someone. It's quite dangerous and the manufacturer was sued out of business but they never went around and recalled the devices. Would you sell it? How much would you charge? To what lengths would you go to warn the future owner? Make him sign something? It's no more dangerous than a saw or a gun, but it is a rare and uncommon tool with no warning stickers.